2. Contact: Department of Philosophy, Fordham University



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1. Name:

Gyula Klima

2. Contact:

Department of Philosophy,
Fordham University,
441 E. Fordham road
New York, NY 10458
Phone: (718) 817-3286
Fax: (914) 355-4026 
E-mail: klima@fordham.edu
Web: http://faculty.fordham.edu/klima



3. Education:

MA 1982, Ph.D. 1986, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest

4. Positions held:

1982, Research Assistant, Inst. of Philosophy, Hungarian Academy
1986, Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy, Hungarian Academy
1989-1990, 1991, Visiting Fellow, Academy of Finland
1990, Gifford Visiting Fellow, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
1991, Visiting Fellow, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
1991-92, Visiting Lecturer, Yale University
1992-95, Assistant Professor, Yale University
1993-97 Senior Research Fellow, Inst. of Philosophy, Hung. Acad.
1994-95, Morse Fellow, Yale University
1995-99 Assoc. Professor, Philosophy, University of Notre Dame
1999-2003 Associate Professor, Philosophy, Fordham University
2002-2003 ACLS Fellow/UCLA Visiting Scholar
2003 - Professor, Philosophy, Fordham University 
2009 - Doctor of the Hungarian Academy

5. Major grants:

1994-95 Morse Fellowship, Yale University, $40,000
1995-97 NEH grant for “Buridan’s Summulae” , YUP, $50,000
2002-2003 ACLS, “John Buridan”, OUP, $40,000
2005: Earhart Foundation, “Medieval Philosophy”, $21,000
2009-2012 NEH, “Buridan’s Questions on the Soul”, $195,000
2012-2013 NEH “Buridan’s Questions on the Soul”, $55,000

6. Professional memberships:

American Catholic Philosophical Association (exec. comm. 2006)
American Philosophical Association (program comm. 2006)
Hungarian Philosophical Association
Society for Christian Philosophers (program comm. 2006)
Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics (director)
Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale
Society for Mediaeval and Renaissance Philosophy

Teaching:

AOS: medieval philosophy, philosophical and formal semantics, metaphysics, philosophy of mind and language (Anselm, Aquinas, Ockham, Buridan, Frege, Russell, Tarski, Quine, Kripke, etc.)
AOC: ancient philosophy, medieval philosophy, early modern philosophy, analytic philosophy, philosophy of mind and language

Courses taught: 1989-90 “Semantics and Ontology in Medieval Philosophy”, Dept. of Systematic Theology of the University of Helsinki; “Introduction to the History of Western Thought”, Dept. of Political Sciences of the University of Helsinki (complete lecture courses in English); “Innovations in Ontology and Semantics in Late-Medieval Philosophy”, part of a lecture course on medieval philosophy with Dr. J. Haldane and Dr. S. L. Read, Dept. of Logic and Metaphysics, University of St. Andrews (five classes). Several courses in ancient and medieval philosophy, history of early modern philosophy, philosophical semantics and metaphysics at Yale, 1991-94, and at Notre Dame, 1995-1999, 2 courses per semester, including the following graduate seminars: “Aquinas on Being and Essence” (Yale); “Philosophical Logic in a Historical Perspective” (Yale); “John Buridan’s Theory of Meaning and Reference” (Yale); “Saint Thomas Aquinas’ Philosophy of Mind” (Yale); “Aquinas against the Averroists” (Notre Dame); “Aquinas’ Metaphysics of Value” (Notre Dame); “Nominalist and Realist Readings of the Categories”, (Notre Dame); “Aquinas on Mind” (Notre Dame); Fordham University: 1999-2007, undergrad.: “Philosophy of Human Nature”, “Philosophical Ethics”, “Medieval Philosophy”, “Four Medieval Thinkers”, “Introduction to Logic”, “Introduction to Symbolic Logic”; grad.: “Introduction to St. Augustine”, “Medieval Logic and Metaphysics”, “Aquinas on Being and Essence”; “Symbolic Logic”; “Introduction to Aquinas”; “Nominalism”; “Intentionality”; CUNY Graduate Center: “Language, Logic and Metaphysics in Medieval Philosophy” (with Prof. Alex Orenstein), “Aquinas on Mind” (with Prof. Peter Simpson)

Research:

Main field of interest: medieval philosophy, semantics, metaphysics, philosophy of mind and language, comparative studies of medieval and modern theories

Papers presented at the following meetings:

2016, “Thought Transplants, Demons and Modalities”, January 10, 2016, Fourteenth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities, Honolulu, HI.

2015, “The Metaphysics of Habits in John Buridan”, October 14-16, 2015, Habitus in Latin Medieval Philosophy, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris, France.

2015, “There is More Than One Way to Slice a Cake: Comments on Andrew Arlig’s Paper”, October 10, 2015, Hylomorphism and Mereology, SMLM session at the ACPA, Boston, MA.

2015, “Intentionality in Modern and Medieval Philosophies of Mind”, January 13, 2015, Thirteenth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities, Honolulu, HI.

2014, “The Metaphysics of Habits in John Buridan”, SAGP/SSIPS Meeting, October 25, 2014, Fordham University, New York, NY

2014, “The Problem of ‘Gappy Existence’ in Aquinas’ Metaphysics and Theology”, ACPA Meeting, October 11, 2014, Washington DC

2014, “Buridan on Sensory Awareness”, 9th Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: First Person and Reflexivity in Medieval Philosophy, May 2-3, 2012, Université du Québec à Montréal

2014, “The Problem of ‘Gappy Existence’ in Aquinas’ Metaphysics and Theology”, January 13, 2014, Twelfth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities, Honolulu, HI

2013, “Intentions, Species, Sensations: What Can We Learn from John Buridan (ca. 1300-1362) About Sensory Awareness?” January 14, 2013, Eleventh Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts & Humanities, Honolulu, HI.

2012, “The Rises and Falls of Analysis and Metaphysics: Comments on ‘An Argument for Hylomorphism or Theism (But Not Both)’ by Travis Dumsday”, ACPA Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, November 3, 2012.

2012, “The Trivia of Hylomorphism, Dualism and Materialism: Some Pointers from Buridan and Others”, Questions on the Soul by John Buridan and Others, October 26, 2012, Fordham University, New York, NY.

2012, “Nominalist and Realist Theories of the Universal Representation of Singulars”, Theory of Universals in the XIV Century, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, 2012, September 3-5.

2012, “The Intentional Reception of Sensible Forms and Sensation in Aquinas and Buridan”, XIIIth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy, SIEPM, August, 21, 2012, Freising, Germany

2012, (with Peter Sobol) “Textual issues in Book 2”, John Buridan’s Questions on Aristotle’s De Anima (On the Soul): A Critical Edition with an Annotated Translation Fourth Workshop, University of Wisconsin, Madison, June 28-30, 2012

2012, “Buridan’s Virtual Chicken vs. Aquinas’ Real Tuna”, 10th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 10, 2012, Honolulu, HI

2011, (with Peter Sobol) “Textual issues in Book 2”, John Buridan’s Questions on Aristotle’s De Anima (On the Soul): A Critical Edition with an Annotated Translation Third Workshop, University of Winnipeg, July 25-27, 2011

2011, “The Edition (and English translation) of John Buridan’s Commentary on Aristotle’s De anima (secundum ultimam lecturam)”, Walter Burley, John Buridan and their Contemporaries at Paris in the First Half of the Fourteenth Century Three Edition Projects, Nijmegen, 14–16 April 2011

2011, “Meanings Ain’t in Aquinas’ Head: The ‘Hyper-Externalism’ of Thomas Aquinas”, 9th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 9, 2011, Honolulu, HI

2010, “Mental Representations and Concepts in Medieval Philosophy”, Varieties of Cognitive Theory in the Later Middle Ages: Towards A Status Quaestionis, Hoger Instituut voor Wijsbegeerte, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, February 18-20, Leuven, Belgium

2010, “Demon Skepticism and Concept Identity”, 8th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 15, 2010, Honolulu, HI

2009, “The Metaphysical Import of Natural Language Analysis: Peter of Spain’s Realism vs. John Buridan’s Nominalism” SIEPM session at the Eastern APA convention, December 29, 2009, New York, Marriott.

2009, “Indifference vs. Universality of Mental Representation in Aquinas, Scotus, Ockham, and Buridan”, Later Medieval Perspectives on Intentionality, University of Parma, Parma, Italy, June, 10-12, 2009

2009: “Demon Skepticism and Concept Identity in a Nominalist vs. a Realist Framework”; Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: Skepticism, UQAM, Montreal, May 8-9, 2009.

2009: “Nominalism as the Adverbialization of Semantics: the case of John Buridan vs. Peter of Spain”, The 12th E. A. Moody Workshop in Medieval Philosophy: The Logic of Peter of Spain, UCLA Philosophy Department, Los Angeles, March 7, 2009.

2009: “Three Myths of Intentionality vs. Some Medieval Philosophers”, 7th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 9, 2009, Honolulu, HI

2008: “Intentionality and Mental Content in Aquinas, Ockham, and Buridan”, Workshop: John Buridan’s Question Commentary on Aristotle’s De Anima, February 9, 2008, The University of Western Ontario, London, ON

2008: “Degrees of Externalism in the Theories of Mental Representation of Aquinas, Ockham, and Buridan”, 6th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 13, 2008, Honolulu, HI

2007: “Aquinas vs. Buridan on the Immateriality of the Intellective Soul”, The Unity and Immateriality of Soul in Aristotle, October 12-14, 2007, University of Western Ontario

London, ON

2007: “The Distinction of Substance and Accident and the Doctrine of the Analogy of Being”, XIIth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy, 16-22 September 2007, Palermo, Italy

2007: “Aquinas vs. Buridan on Essence and Existence”, 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 15, 2007, Honolulu, HI

2006: “Ens multipliciter dicitur: The Semantics and Metaphysics of Being in Aquinas”, 4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 13, 2006, Honolulu, HI

2005: “Thomas Sutton on Individuation”, ACPA annual meeting, October 29, 2005, University of Notre Dame.

2005: “The Demonic Temptations of Medieval Nominalism. Mental Representation and ‘Demon Skepticism’”, 3rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 15, 2005, Honolulu, HI

2004: “Tradition and Innovation in Medieval Theories of Mental Representation”, ACPA annual meeting, November 6, 2004, Miami, FL

2004: “Thomistic ‘Monism’ vs. Cartesian ‘Dualism’”, International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI) Ninth International Conference, Workshop: Descartes’ Concept of a Human Being, his Dualism, and his Ethics, August 3, 2004, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.

2004: “The Universality of Logic and the Primacy of Mental Language in the Nominalist Philosophy of Logic of John Buridan”, 2nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, January 8 - January 11, 2004, Honolulu, HI (January 10)

2002: “John Buridan and the Force/Content Distinction”, 14th European Symposium on Logic and Semantics, June 11-15, 2002, Rome, Italy

2002: “Thomas Sutton vs. Henry of Ghent on the Analogy of Being”, International Congress on Medieval Studies, May 2 - 5, 2002, Kalamazoo, MI

2001: “Aquinas’ Proofs of the Immateriality of the Intellect from the Universality of Human Thought”, ACPA annual meeting, November 10, Albany, NY

2000: “Whether id quo nihil maius cogitari potest is in the Understanding”, ACPA annual meeting, November 4, 2000, Dallas, TX.

1997: “Ancilla Theologiae vs Domina Philosophorum: St. Thomas Aquinas, Latin Averroism and the Autonomy of Philosophy”, 10th International Congress of Medieval Philosophy, S.I.E.P.M., August 25, 1997, Erfurt, Germany

1990: “‘Debeo tibi equum’: A Reconstruction of Buridan’s Treatment of the Sophisma”, 9th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, St. Andrews, Scotland

1988: “‘Socrates est species’: Logic, Metaphysics and Psychology in St. Thomas Aquinas’ Treatment of a Paralogism”, 8th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Freiburg-im-Breisgau, B.R.D.

1987: “Understanding Matters from a Logical Angle: Logical Aspects of Understanding”, International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science - Division of Logic and Methodology of Science Congress, Moscow, U.S.S.R.

1987: “On Being and Essence in St. Thomas Aquinas’s Metaphysics and Philosophy of Science”, 8th International Congress of Medieval Philosophy, S.I.E.P.M., Helsinki, Finland

1986: “Modernorum ‘Logica Modernorum’”, Logic Colloquium ‘86, Hull, England



Invited talks:

2016, “Ockham’s Rules of Supposition as a Heuristic of Hermeneutics


Comments on Milo Crimi’s Paper”, APA Pacific Meeting, March 30 – April 3, 2016, San Francisco, CA.

2015, “Intentionality”, September 18, UQUAM, Montreal, Canada.

2014, "Aquinas’ real distinction and its role in a causal proof of God's existence" - Auditorium of the Pontifical Faculty of Theology, 19 May, Wroclaw, Poland

2014, "Universality and Immateriality" - Aula Leopoldina of the University of Wroclaw (Main Building), 20 May, Wroclaw, Poland

2014, "Cross-cultural Understanding" - The White Stork Synagogue, 21 May, Wroclaw, Poland

2013, “Different Ways of Life, Different Conceptual Schemes, and Cross-Cultural Understanding”, August 6, 23rd World Congress of Philosophy, Athens, Greece

2013, "Being and Cognition: Medieval Theories of Beings of Reason", July 12, Philosophy Department, University of Bari, Italy

2013, invited discussant at the workshop “On What There Was”, July 10-11, Philosophy Department, University of Bari, Italy

2013, invited discussant at the 8th Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: The Ontology of Material Objects in Medieval Philosophy, May 3-4, Université du Québec à Montréal

2012, “The Intentional Reception of Sensible Forms and Sensation in Aquinas and Buridan”, UCLA Philosophy Department, November 6, 2012, Los Angeles, CA

2012: “Existential Import and Ontological Commitment in Medieval Logic”, Department of Philosophy, Qsinghua University, June 16, 2012, Beijing, China

2012: “Realism vs. Nominalism in Medieval Logic and Metaphysics”, Department of Philosophy, Zhejiang University, June 11, 2012, Hangzhou, China

2012: “Formal Logic, Medieval Logic and Natural Logic”, Zhejiang Provincial Logic Association, Zhejiang University, June 8, 2012, Hangzhou, China

2012: “Semantic Content in Aquinas and Ockham”, Linguistic content: history of the philosophy of language, UWO, London, ON, May 31, 2012.

2012: “Singularity, Indifference and Universality in Causation and Mental Representation (Aquinas, Scotus, Ockham, Buridan and Sutton)” The Problem of Universals in the 13th Century, UQUAM, Montreal, May 5, 2012.

2011: “Whatever Happened to Efficient Causes?” SMLM session at the ACPA convention, St. Louis, October 29, 2011.

2011: “Textual Issues in Book 2 of Buridan’s QDA” John Buridan’s Questions on the Soul: Third Workshop; University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Canada, July 25-27.

2011: Three Lectures: “Buridan on Truth and Validity, I-II” and “False Dilemmas of Post-Cartesian Philosophy of Mind”, UCLA, Philosophy Department, Prof. Calvin Normore’s seminar; May 22 – 29, 2011.

2011: “Ontological Reduction by Logical Analysis and the Primitive Vocabulary of Mentalese”, 6th Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: Nominalist Strategies in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy of Language, University of Quebec at Montreal, May 6, 2011.

2011: “Aquinas and some of his critics on being and essence”, On What There Is and What There Isn’t: Semantics, Substance and Ontology; Suffolk County Community College; April 30, 2011.

2011: “John Buridan’s Questions on Aristotle’s De Anima” (presentation and roundtable discussion), Walter Burley, John Buridan and their Contemporaries at Paris in the First Half of the Fourteenth Century: Three Edition Projects; International Workshop; Radboud University Nijmegen; April 14–16.

2011: “Minds vs. Bodies and Other False Dilemmas of post-Cartesian Philosophy of Mind”, Biology and Subjectivity, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, April 4 – April 8, 2011.

2011: “Parvus Error in Principio Magnus est in Fine”, Interdisciplinary Conference on Medieval Studies: The Metaphysics of Aquinas and its Modern Interpreters, March, 26, Fordham University, New York, NY

2010: “Aquinas, Kenny and Buridan on Essence and Existence, and the Commensurability of Paradigms”, Metaphysics: Aristotelian, Scholastic, Analytic, June 30-July 3, 2010. Strahov Monastery, Prague, Czech Republic

2010: “Aquinas vs. Buridan on Essence and Existence”, 5th Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: Buridan’s Philosophy of Mind; 30 April - 1 May 2010, University of Quebec at Montreal

2010: “Buridan's Questions on the De Anima (tertia lectura). Issues in text edition and translation” (workshop presentation with Jack Zupko) 5th Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: Buridan’s Philosophy of Mind; 30 April - 1 May 2010, University of Quebec at Montreal

2009: “Demon Skepticism and Non-Veridical Concepts”, invited comments at the Eastern APA Convention, December 27, 2009, New York, Marriott.

2009: “Buridan on Substantial Unity and Substantial Concepts: Comments on ‘John Buridan’s Empiricism and the Knowledge of Substances’ by Henrik Lagerlund”, The Western Ontario Colloquium in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy: Academic Skepticism and its Influence, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, 16-17 Oct. 2009.

2009: “Natural Logic, Medieval Logic and Formal Semantics”, Logic, Language, Mathematics: A Philosophy Conference in Memory of Imre Ruzsa, Eötvös Lóránd University, Budapest, September 17-19.

2009: “Two Summulae, two ways of doing logic: the ‘realism’ of Peter of Spain vs. the ‘nominalism’ of John Buridan”, Philosophy Colloquium, Boston College, Boston, April 6, 2009.

2008: “Two Strategies of Doing Logic: Formalization vs. Regimentation”, Logic Now and Then, Center for Research in Syntax, Semantics and Phonology, Brussels, November 5-7, 2008.

2008: “The Distinction between Singular and Universal Concepts in Ockham and Buridan”, The Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: Ockham and Buridan, May 17, 2008.

2008: “Anselm’s Proof for God’s Existence in the Proslogion”, The College of New Jersey, Department of Philosophy, April 17, 2008

2007: Thomistic Seminar, invited faculty member, August 5-10, Princeton University

2007: “Via Antiqua vs. Via Moderna Semantics: Two Ways of Constructing Semantic Theory”, 1st GPMR Workshop on Logic and Semantics: Medieval Logic and Modern Applied Logic, Reinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universität Bonn, Germany, June 28-30, 2007.

2007: “Aquinas vs. Buridan on Essence and Existence”, Medieval Science Colloquium, May 25-26. Boston College, Boston

2006: “Augustine’s Three Discoveries: Faith, Reason and History”, October 17, 2006, Columbia University, New York, NY.

2006: “Singularity by Similarity vs. Causality in Aquinas, Ockham and Buridan”, Montreal Workshop on Nominalism: Singular Terms and Singular Concepts in Late-Medieval Nominalism, 12-13 May 2006, University of Quebec at Montreal

2005: “Yiwei Zheng on Walter Burley on ‘How to start and stop?’”, December 30, 2005, APA meeting, New York, NY.

2005: “Intentional Transfer in Averroes, Indifference of Nature in Avicenna, and the Issue of the Representationalism of Aquinas”, Fordham International Conference on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, October 15, 2005, Fordham University, New York

2005: “Is Ockham off the Hook?”, The University of Toronto Colloquium in Mediaeval Philosophy, September 24, 2005, Toronto, Canada

2005: “Putting Skeptics in Their Place vs. Stopping Them in Their Tracks: Two Anti-Skeptical Strategies”, Inaugural Lecture, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University; September 12, 2005.

2005: “Buridan’s Anti-Skepticism”, Skepticism in Medieval and Renaissance Thought, ESF Workshop within the program: From Natural Philosophy to Science, University of Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden, May 6-8, 2005.

2005: “The “Grammar” of ‘God’ and ‘Being’: Making Sense of Talking about the One True God in Different Metaphysical Traditions”, Twenty-sixth Annual Philosophy of Religion Conference. Claremont Conference on the Philosophy of Religion: Whose God? Which Tradition? Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA, February 11, 2005.

2004: “Quine, Wyman, and Buridan: Three Approaches to Ontological Commitment”, CUNY Graduate Center Philosophy Colloquium, September 22, 2004.

2003: “The Essentialist Nominalism of John Buridan”, UCLA Philosophy Colloquium series, April 18, 2003; Boise State Philosophy Colloquium, May 2, 2003; Fordham University, Phi Sigma Tau Lecture, October 8, 2003

2003: “Consequences of a Closed, Token-Based Semantics: The Case of John Buridan”, The Moody Conference in Medieval Philosophy: Truth, UCLA, February 1, 2003; Boise State Philosophy Colloquium, May 3, 2003

2002: “Tracing the Via Buridani in Scotland”, From Medieval to Early Modem Thought: The Historical Routes of Transmission, June 6-8, 2002, Catholic University of Nijmegen, Netherlands

2002: Invited comments on Anthony P. Roark (Boise State U.), “Tarski and Klima: Conceptual Closure in Anselm's Ontological Proof”, Pacific APA meeting, March 27-30, 2002, Seattle, WA.

2002: “Problems concerning Buridan’s Conception of Truth”, The Moody Conference in Medieval Philosophy: Truth, UCLA, February 22-24, 2002.

2001: “John Buridan on the Acquisition of Simple Substantial Concepts”, John Buridan and Beyond: The Language Sciences 1300-1700, September 3-9, 2001, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2000: “The Medieval Problem of Universals”, Center for Medieval Studies Lecture Series, Fordham University, May 3, 2000.

1999: “The Philosophical Logic of John Buridan”, Hungarian Philosophical Association, Budapest, Hungary, November 26, 1999.

1999: “Medieval Logic” a graduate seminar at the University of Budapest, 5 classes, Budapest, Hungary, November 22-26.

1999: “Thomas of Sutton on the Analogy of Being and the Immateriality of the Human Soul”, TransCoop-Programm (Stiftung Deutsch-Amerikanisches Akademisches Konzil) Medieval Institute (Notre Dame) Thomas-Institut (Köln): Tübingen, Germany, May, 24-29, 1999.

1999: “Aquinas’ Theory of the Copula”, 35th Annual Cincinnati Philosophy Colloquium: The History of Logic. University of Cincinnati, March 5-7, 1999.

1998: “Semantic Complexity and Syntactic Simplicity in Ockham's Mental Language”, invited comments on Yiwei Zheng: “Ockham's Connotation Theory and Ontological Elimination”, Eastern APA Meeting, Washington DC, December 30, 1998

1998: “Ontological Hierarchy in Plato's Republic”, Prof. G. Matthews’ Plato seminar, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, November 2, 1998

1998: “Aquinas on One and Many”, Midday Medieval Seminar series, Boston College, November 2, 1998

1998: “Buridan's Theory of Definitions in his Scientific Practice”, Colloquium on the Metaphysics and Natural Philosophy of John Buridan, Emory University, October 23-25, 1998

1998: “Aquinas on One and Many”, 33rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May, 1998

1998: Comments on Jack Zupko: “Philosophy among the Artistae: A Late-Medieval Picture of the Limits of Rational Inquiry”, ND Philosophy Colloquium, March 27, 1998

1997: “Man = Body + Soul: Aquinas’ Arithmetic of Human Nature”, ND Philosophy Colloquium, October 31, 1997

1997: “Natural Necessity and Eucharistic Theology in the Late 13th Century”, TransCoop-Program (Stiftung Deutsch-Amerikanisches Akademisches Konzil) Medieval Institute (Notre Dame) Thomas-Institut (Köln): “After the Condemnations of 1277: The University of Paris in the Last Quarter of the Thirteenth Century (Nach den Verurteilungen von 1277: Die Universität von Paris im letzen Viertel des 13. Jahrhunderts”; University of Notre Dame, October 10, 1997.

1997: “Man = Body + Soul: Aquinas’ Arithmetic of Human Nature”, 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, May 11, 1997

1997: Invited comments on Peter King: “The Failure of Ockham’s Nominalism”, Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, April 26, 1997, Pittsburgh, PA.

1996: “Nulla virtus cognoscitiva circa proprium obiectum decipitur”, Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, invited comments on Robert Pasnau: “The Identity of Knower and Known,” April 25, Chicago, IL

1996: “Modi Essendi vs. Modi Praedicandi in Medieval Philosophy” (in Hungarian, not attended, the contribution was read by another participant), May 17, University of Budapest, a Symposium in Honor of the 75th Birthday of Imre Ruzsa

1996: “Contemporary ‘Essentialism’ vs. Aristotelian Essentialism”, Notre Dame Philosophy Colloquium Series, October 18, University of Notre Dame

1996: “Buridan’s Logic and the Ontology of Modes”, The Copenhagen School of Medieval Philosophy, The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, January 13, 1996, Copenhagen, Denmark.

1996: “Boethius and Aquinas on the Metaphysics of Being and Goodness”, March 18, Emory University, Atlanta

1993: “Teleology, Intentionality and Naturalism”, Action and Social Science, June 18, 1993 University of Budapest, Hungary

1992: “Saint Anselm’s Proof: A Problem of Reference, Intentional Identity and Mutual Understanding”, Medieval and Contemporary Philosophy of Religion, August 26, 1992, Boston University, Boston, MA.

1992: “Ontological Alternatives vs. Alternative Semantics in Medieval Philosophy”, The Boston Colloquium in Medieval Philosophy, January 27, 1992, Harvard University, Boston, MA

1990: “Ontological Alternatives vs. Alternative Semantics in Medieval Philosophy”, Philosophy Club, University of St. Andrews

1990: “Entia Rationis vs. Semantic Analysis: Two Strategies of Reducing Ontological Commitment in Medieval Philosophy”, Prof. Simo Knuuttila’s research seminar, Dept. of Systematic Theology, Univ. of Helsinki

1990: “‘I owe you a horse’: a Medieval Problem of Intentionality and Meaning”, Finnish Philosophical Association

1989: “Approaching Natural Language via Medieval Logic”, Prof. G.H. von Wright’s research seminar, Dept. of Philosophy, Univ. of Helsinki

1988: “General Terms in their Referring Function”, Prof. G. H. von Wright’s research seminar, Dept. of Philosophy, Univ. of Helsinki

1988: “Aquinas on the Incarnation”, Prof. Simo Knuuttila’s research seminar, Dept. of Systematic Theology, Univ. of Helsinki




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