From scotland to the south of the mediterranean. The thought of adam smith through europe and beyond



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International Conference

University of Palermo, Sicily (Italy)
FROM SCOTLAND TO THE SOUTH OF THE MEDITERRANEAN.

THE THOUGHT OF ADAM SMITH THROUGH EUROPE AND BEYOND
6-7 July 2017

Thursday 6 July - (Sala delle capriate Complesso monumentale dello Steri), Piazza Marina 61

8:30 REGISTRATION
09:00 Welcome Addresses
Fabrizio Micari Rector of University of Palermo
09:15 PLENARY SESSION CHAIR: Fabio Mazzola (vice Rector of University of Palermo)
Introduction by Piero Barucci (University of Florence)

Sandra Peart (University of Richmond), “Smith and the Continentalists: Dehomogenizing the Liberal Tradition”

Craig Smith (University of Glasgow), “Adam Smith on Philosophy and Religion”

11:15 COFFEE BREAK

11:45 PLENARY SESSION

Giovanni Iamartino (University of Milan) “Linguistic Insights in Adam Smith's Writings”


13:00 LUNCH

15:00-16:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS - BUILDING 19 (CAMPUS)

SESSION A1 Adam Smith and the German Thought CHAIR: Jesus Astigarraga

Gerhard Michael Ambrosi (Univeristy of Trier – Germany), “Conceptions of "Civil Societies": Smithian Liberalism vs. Hegelian Holism” (K. Horn)


Gabriele Ciampini (University of Florence - University of Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV), “Wilhelm Röpke as Interpreter of Adam Smith. An Inquiry between Ethics and Economics” (E. W. Matson)

SESSION B1 Adam Smith in USA context CHAIR: Maria Pia Paganelli

David Levy (George Mason University), Sandra Peart (University of Richmond), “George Stigler as a Reader of Adam Smith” (M. Rizzo)


Liu M. Glory (Standford University), “That Prince of Free Trade:” The Making of Adam Smith in Nineteenth-Century America” (D. Levy)

Vincenzo Provenzano (University of Palermo), “Adam Smith and Ralph Waldo Emerson: the Political Economy of Religious Participation and Self-Reliance” (B. R. Weingast)



SESSION C1 Language in Adam Smith’s Works CHAIR: Patrizia Ardizzone

Iara Vigo De Lima (Federal University of Paraná - Brazil), “Adam Smith on Language and Some Elements of his Epistemology” (M. Lupetti)


Natalia Borza (Pázmány Péter Catholic University), “Metaphorically Sceptical. The Limits of Philosophical Enquiries in the Works of Adam Smith” (R. van den Berg)

16:30 COFFEE BREAK
17:00-18:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS - BUILDING 19 (CAMPUS)

SESSION A2 Adam Smith and the intellectual sources CHAIR: Christopher J. Berry

Gloria Vivenza (University of Verona), “Ancient and Modern Sources in Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations” (C. J. Berry)


Alberto Mingardi (Università IULM Milano), “Smithian Echoes in Antonio Rosmini's Political Theory” (G. Ciampini)
SESSION B2 Adam Smith and the national styles of economics CHAIR: Piero Barucci

Karen Horn (University of Humboldt - University of Erfurt, Germany), “Perpetuating Prejudice – The Difficult Relationship between German Ordoliberalism and Adam Smith” (S. Peart)


Julius Horvarth (Central European University), Tomas Kristofory (University of J. E. Purkyně)

“Early Acceptance of Adam Smith in Central Europe (Austria, Czech Lands and Hungary)” (Eyüp Özveren)


Jérôme Lange (Panthéon-Sorbonne University), “Universalist Human Sentiment versus Nationalist Particularism: Smith’s Reception and the Emergence of Economics as a Discipline from Pre-Nation-State Germany to 20th Century America” (G. M. Ambrosi)

SESSION C2 The Theory of Moral Sentiments: Translations and Receptions in France

CHAIR: Ekaterina R. Alexandrova
Laurie Bréban (Panthéon-Sorbonne University), Jean Dellemotte (Panthéon-Sorbonne University), “From One Form of Sympathy to Another: Sophie De Grouchy’s Translation of and Commentary on Adam Smith’s Theory Of Moral Sentiments” (E.R. Alexandrova)
Richard van den Berg (Kingston University), “Sensationism and the Moral Sentiments P.L. Roederer’s Reading of Smith’s System of Sympathy” (M. Guidi)

20:30 WELCOME EVENING RECEPTION hosted by the “Adam Smith Program” at the University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies



Friday 7 July
09:30 PLENARY SESSION – AULA MAGNA LI DONNI (CAMPUS) Chair: Piero Barucci
Maria Pia Paganelli (Trinity University), “Adam Smith Anti-Stoic”
Richard Whatmore (University of St. Andrews), “Adam Smith and the end of Enlightenment”
11:15 COFFEE BREAK
11:45 PLENARY SESSION
Christopher J. Berry (University of Glasgow) “Modernity and Liberty: Adam Smith 'On Freedom in our Present Sense of the Word”

13:00 LUNCH

15:00-16:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS - BUILDING 19 (CAMPUS)

SESSION A1 Adam Smith between Ethic and Politics CHAIR: Craig Smith

Nizar Hariri (Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut), “The Body, the Person and their Inalienable Rights in Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments” (L. M. Glory)


Diego Lazzarich (L'Orientale University of Naples), “The Role of Gratitude In Smith’s Political Thought” (R. Whatmore)
Riccardo Rosolino (L'Orientale University of Naples), “Resisting Economic Conspiracies. Adam Smith, the Labour Market and the Moral Basis of Antimonopolistic Resistance” (A. Mingardi)

SESSION B1 Adam Smith through the Mediterranean CHAIR: Anna Li Donni

Jesús Astigarraga (University of Zaragoza,) Juan Zabalza (University of Alicante), “Smithian Political Economy in Early 19th Century Spain: The Case of José Joaquín De Mora” (J. Horvarth)

Alp Yücel Kaya (University of the Aegean, İzmir), Mustafa Erdem Özgür (University of September 9, İzmir), Eyüp Özveren (Middle East Technical University, Ankara), “The Many Guises of Adam Smith in the Ottoman Empire” (M. Shatzmiller)
Fabrizio Simon (University of Palermo), “Adam Smith source of inspiration for Sicilian liberalism of XIX century” (J. Zabalza)
SESSION C1 Reception and Translations of Smith into Portuguese CHAIR: Giovanni Iamartino

Marco Guidi (University of Pisa), Monica Lupetti (University of Pisa), “Language And Empire. The Portuguese Translation of Adam Smith’s Considerations Concerning the First Formation of Languages” (M. Coutinho)


Mauricio C. Coutinho (State University of Campinas – UNICAMP, Brazil), “Colonies and Slave Labor in the First Translation of The Wealth of Nations into Portuguese” (C. Ionita)
Paulo Roberto De Almeida (Graduate Studies in Law, University Center of Brasília - Uniceub), “The Reception and Rejection of Adam Smith in Brazil: from the 18th to the 21st Centuries” (C. Guccione)

17:00-18:30 PARALLEL SESSIONS - BUILDING 19 (CAMPUS)

SESSION A2 Adam Smith on Natural Law and Utility CHAIR: Marco Guidi

Mario Rizzo (University of New York), “Bentham against Hume, Smith and Spencer” (C. Smith)


Erik W. Matson (George Mason University), “Hume And Smith on Utility, Agreeableness, Propriety, and Moral Approval” (G. Vivenza)
SESSION B2 Religion and Economics in the Smithian thought CHAIR: Vincenzo Provenzano

Ekaterina R. Alexandrova (University of Wyoming), “Adam Smith and the French Catholic Enlightenment: Smithian Thought in the Work of Leprince De Beaumont” (J. Lange)


Barry R. Weingast (Standford University), “Adam Smith’s Theory of the Medieval Church’s Monopoly and its Breakdown in the Reformation” (D. Lazzarich)
Maya Shatzmiller (University of Western Ontario), “Smithian Growth and Decline in the Islamic Middle East 800-1500” (N. Hariri)

SESSION C2 Considerations on Adam Smith’s Works and Terminology CHAIR: Monica Lupetti

Cristina Ionita (Alexandru Ioan Cuza University), “Awareness of Adam Smith’s Works in Romania” (L. Bréban)


Luigi Alonzi (University of Palermo), “The Term ‘Political Oeconomy’ in Adam Smith” (I. V. De Lima)
Cristina Guccione (University of Palermo), “Modern Economics Terms from Scotland to Italy: Analysing the First Italian Translations of Smith’s Wealth of Nations (1790/91-1851)” (N. Borza)

20:30 SOCIAL DINNER


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