FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
Session I (4:30–6:30)
Chair: Charles Brittain (University of Toronto)
Speaker: Jorge Gracia (SUNY Buffalo): “Individuation and the Realism/Nominalism Dilemma: The Case of the Middle Ages”
Commentator: Richard Cross (The University of Notre Dame)
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
Session II (10:00–12:00)
Chair: Jeannie Miller (University of Toronto)
Speaker: Richard Taylor (Marquette University): “Averroes on the Attainment of Happiness”
Commentator: Stephen Ogden (The Catholic University of America)
Session III (2:00–4:00)
Chair: Simona Vucu (University of Toronto)
Nicholas Oschman (Marquette University): “Two Philosophical Critiques of Prophecy: Abu Bakr al-Reza and Abu Basr al-Farabi on the Pre-Eminence of Natural Reason”
Francesco Pica (University of Toronto): “Getting at Reality: John Duns Scotus on Mind and the World”
Deni Gamboa (UNAM Mexico City): “William of Ockham on the Introspective Cognition of Intuitive Acts' Content and Likeness”
Session IV (4:15–6:15)
Chair: Stephen Dumont (The University of Notre Dame)
Speaker: Thomas Williams (The University of South Florida): “Can Anselm Have Everything He Wants?”
Commentator: Giorgio Pini (Fordham University)
All sessions will be held in the Jackman Humanities Building (170 St. George St.), Room 100.
All sessions are free and open to the public.
Registration and inquiries: email@example.com.
For further information visit http://cpamp.utoronto.ca/utcmp/ Organizers: Deborah Black, Peter King, Martin Pickavé