Rome conference | January

The Human Measure | L’umana misura

international conference
in collaboration between
the research programme „Humanism – cultures and philosophies”
and Contemporary Humanism

9 – 11 January 2019
Rome

Speakers:

Stefano Biancu, LUMSA
The Human Measure and the (Impossible?) Legacy of Humanism: an Introduction
(Panel I, 9th January, 3pm-6.30pm)
Stefano Biancu is associate professor of moral philosophy at LUMSA
Vittorio Hösle, Notre Dame University
Philosophical Foundations of a Future Humanism
(Panel I, 9th January, 3pm-6.30pm)
Vittorio Hösle is the Paul Kimball Professor of Arts and Letters at the University of Notre Dame
Giuseppe Tognon, Lumsa
The human measure in context of contemporary Christian humanism (1891-1948)
(Panel I, 9th January, 3pm-6.30pm)
Giuseppe Tognon is professor of history of education at LUMSA
Giorgio Manzi, Sapienza
A monkey called Homo sapiens
(Panel II, 10th January, 9am-1pm)
| Giorgio Manzi is professor of anthropology at Sapienza
Massimo Marassi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
On the fatal nature of man: “animale irrequieto e impazientissimo”
(Panel II, 10th January, 9am-1pm) | Massimo Marassi is professor of philosophy at the Catholic University of Milan
Philippe Nouzille, Ateneo Sant'Anselmo
Man, machine, animal
(Panel II, 10th January, 9am-1pm) | Philippe Nouzille is dean of the philosophy department at the Pontifical Atheneum of St. Anselm
Céline Lafontaine, Université de Montreal
Le mesure humaine et les nouvelles frontières matérielles du corps
(Panel III, 10th January, 3pm-6.30pm) | Céline Lafontaine is professor of sociology at the University of Montreal
Thierry Magnin, Université Catholique de Lyon
Le mesure humaine dans le post-humanisme et le trans-humanisme
(Panel III, 10th January, 3pm-6.30pm) Thierry Magnin is a physicist and theologian, rector of the Catholic University of Lyon
Frank Haldemann, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
Human Measure in the Face of Radical Evil: Reflections on Transitional Justice
(Panel IV, 11th January, 9am-1pm) 
| Frank Haldemann teaches transnational justice at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights
Walter Lesch, Université Catholique de Louvain
Une éthique de l’immigration à la recherche de la mesure humaine
(Panel IV, 11th January, 9am-1pm) Walter Lesch is professor of theology at the Catholic Univeristy of Louvain
Riccardo Saccenti, Universià di Bergamo
Facing the inhuman: the return of the natural law in the 20th Century
(Panel IV, 11th January, 9am-1pm) Riccardo Saccenti is a historian associated with the Italian National Research Council (CRN)
see conference communications

•Stéphane Cormier, Université de Bordeaux
(Panel I, 9th January, 3pm-6.30pm)

L’humaine mesure ou l’institution des registres catégoriels de l’humain et du non humain

•Alberto Anelli, LUMSA
(Panel I, 9th January, 3pm-6.30pm)

Heidegger e l’umanesimo: una questione ancora aperta?

Gaetano Iaia, EC Research Executive Agency
(Panel II, 10th January, 9am-1pm)

Il „corpo soggettivo”: risonanze biraniane nel pensiero di Michel Henry

Francesca Simeoni, LUMSA
(Panel II, 10th January, 9am-1pm)

L’animale e l’impersonale: Simone Weil

•Fabrizia Abbate, Università del Molise
(Panel III, 10th January, 3pm-6.30pm)

Debunking Fake Humanities. Critical Reasoning, Desire and NeuroEthics

Taylor Knight, Institut Catholique de Paris
Distance and Grammar in the Digital and Analog Worlds
(Panel III, 10th January, 3pm-6.30pm)

Chiara Beneduce, Università Campus Bio-Medico
Personalized Medicine and complexio.
“What is Human?” as a Medical Question
(Panel III, 10th January, 3pm-6.30pm)

•Kamila Drapało, ACU/LUMSA
Humanities and Humanism: in Dialogue with M. Nussbaum
(Panel III, 10th January, 3pm-6.30pm)

•Elodie Boublil, Universität zu Köln
Servir l’humanité. La mesure de la vie selon Edith Stein
(Panel IV, 11th January, 9am-1pm)

•Roberto Luppi, LUMSA
Persona e relazione nel pensiero del giovane Rawls
(Panel IV, 11th January, 9am-1pm)

•Ricardo Lufrani, LUMSA
Utopia, Retrotopia, Protopia and the Building of the Civilization of Love
(Panel IV, 11th January, 9am-1pm)


Venue:

Aula Traglia, Lumsa | Borgo Sant’Angelo 13, Rome
location plus code: WF37+73 Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy


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