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The Universe of Platonic Thought
Универсум платоновской мысли

26th International Conferecne  ·  XXVI Международная конференция
28–30 August 2018   St Petersburg, Russia  ·  28–30 августа 2018   Санкт-Петербург, Россия

International Conference
Plato’s Heritage from a Historical View:
Intellectual Transformations and New Research Strategies

28–30 August 2018, St Petersburg

28 August. Plenary sessioN
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia.
Bd. 5, 48, Moyka river emb., St Petersburg

10:00 – 11:00 – Registration
11:00 – 11:30 – Conference opening
11:30 – 14:15 – First plenary session
Gerboviy hall

1.Luc Brisson, Professor, Director of research at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in France.
International Plato Society: History and Prospects

2.Shichalin Yuri, Orthodox St. Tikhon University for Humanities, head of the department, professor
Genre evolution of the Plato’s texts

3.Alexei Gloukhov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Plato, Truth, and Tragic Peripeteia

4.Arnaud Macé, Professor, University of Franche-Comté
Lorenzo Ferroni, Institute of Philosophy, KU Leuven

New strategies for reading Plato’s dialogue “Ion”

14:15 – 15:00 – Coffee-break
15:00 – 18:00 – Second plenary session

1.Richard Parry, Professor.
Fuller E. Callaway Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Agnes Scott College

The unhappy tyrant and the craft of inner rule

2.Irina Protopopova, head of Platonic Research Center, Russian State University for Humanities
Unity of soul and unity of "State": philosophers, guards, tyrants.

3.J. Angelo Corlett, University of Arizona. Professor
The Socratic Interpretation of Plato’s Dialogues

4.Olga Alieva, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
‘Enemies of Philebus’ and Republic 9 Revisited

5.Svetlov Roman, DSc. in Philosophy, Professor of St. Petersburg State University
Socrates, do you hear Socrates? Paradoxes of identity in the texts of Plato

18:15 – Culture program





29th August. Third plenary session and Workshops
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia.
Bd. 5, 48, Moyka river emb., St Petersburg

11:00 – 14:00 – Meting of the Executive Committee of the International Platonic society
Pavlovskiy hall
Participants: Luc Brisson, Richard Parry, Arnaude Mace, Bustos Gutteres, Yuji Kurihara, Debra Nails, Marcus Pravin, Barbara Sattler, Yury Shichalin, Roman Svetlov

11:00 – 14:00 Workshop “Plato: History and New Research Prospects
Moderators: Eugene AfonasiN, Elena Alymova

1.Mihailo Stojanović, Professor, University of Nis (Serbia)
Exegesis in Contextual Narrative: Rethinking the Status of Myths in Opus Platonicum

2.Paulo Lima, Professor, University of Coimbra.
Foucault’s genealogical reading of the Alcibiades

3.Tomasz Mróz, doctor habilitatus, professor of University of Zielona Gora
History of Plato reception in Poland: 19th century –1950

4.Alymova Elena, PhD, Associate Professor, St. Petersburg State University
Classical Greek Philosophy interpreted by the Second Sophistic

14:00 – 14:45 – Coffee-break
14:45 – 17:45 – Third plenary session
Gerboviy hall

1.D.Z. Andriopulos, professor emeritus of philosophy, Philosophical school of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Is there a definition of  Definitions in Plato’s Dialogues – “Οριζεσται” of “Οριζεσται”?

2.Anna Stepanova, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, St Petersburg, Professor, DSc in Philosophy, associate professor
The ideas of Plato and the Stoics in Zwingli’s concept

3.Raul Gutierrez Professor at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru, Departamento de Humanidades
Plato's dianoetical consideration of the soul in Republic

4.Marina Volf, Institute of Philosophy and Law Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science (Novosibirsk), director, DSc. in Philosophy, Associate Professor
Gorgias’ On Non-Existence and its reading by Plato in Sophist

5.Melina G. Mouzala University of Patras, Department of Philosophy, Assistant Professor
Logos as sumplokē or koinōnia of peri tēn ousian dēlōmatōn in Plato’s Sophist

6.Eugene Afonasin, Novosibirsk State University; Institute of philosophy and law RAS, professor; chief research fellow
Intellectual Transformations in Late Platonism: the cases of Proclus and Damascius




30th August
. Workshops
11:00 – 18:00 –Workshop 1. Plato in the context of history of culture
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia.
Bd. 5, 48, Moyka river emb., St Petersburg, Discussions hall
Moderators: L. N. Letyagin, A. S. Stepanova

1.Stefano Petrucciani, University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’, Head of the Philosophy department, PhD
Politics as power or as justice in the Respublica

2.Ди Джакомо, Джузеппе, Римский университет «Ла Сапьенца», профессор, PhD
Art and Beauty in Plato

3.Oleg Nogovitsyn, Institute of philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, associate professor
Two ways to refute morality in Plato

4.Alexey Timoschuk, VUI FSIN of Russia, Professor, humanities chair, DSc. in Philosophy, Associate Professor
Plato and hermeneutics of culture

5.Valentina Dianova, Institute of philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, Professor, DSc. in Philosophy, Professor
Plato’s legacy and the realities of simulation in modern culture

6.Valentin Cherednikov, , lecturer, CSc in Philosophy
Plato in the perception of American romanticists (Emerson, Poe, Thoreau)

7.Ilya Dubrov, Saint-Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and Design, lecturer, bachelor of philosophy
Notion of the Symbol in the Proclus’ Philosophy

8.Stefano Maria Capilupi, , Head of the Italian culture institute (Russian Christian Academy for Humanities), PhD
From primitive art to Eidos of Plato: visible and invisible in the birth of ancient thought

9.Tigran Tumanyan, St Petersburg State University, Institute of Philosophy, head of the chief of Eastern philosophy and cultural studies, DSc in Philosophy, professor
To the question of the formation of the political thought of Islam

10.Petr Neshitov, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
The difficulties of sociological commentary to Plato

11.Ilya Kravtsov, CSc in Philosophy, businessman
Wealth in Plato: between a man and the state

12.Rychkov Alexander, Senior Researcher VGBIL, Moscow
The magical historiola on the phylactery with Saint Sisinius: θεουργία in the Private Sphere in the early Christian World?

13.Lilia Castle, Chaminade University of Honolulu, USA, Professor of Philosophy, PhD
The Way of Socrates, or Virtue and Knowledge in Plato’s dialogues

11:00 – 18:00 – Workshop 2. Plato in the cotext of Ancient and Renessance philosophy
Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities
15, Fontanka river emb., St Petersburg, Assembly hall
Moderators: Irina Mochalova, Rostislav Dyomin

1.Rostislav Dyomin, Russian Christian Academy for Humanities, St Petersburg; “Peterschule” gymnasium, lecturer
Brison as a representative of the Megarian school

2.Irina Mochalova, St Petersburg State University, Institute of Philosophy, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Plato and Socratics: Reconstruction of Discussions

3.Sergey Kulikov, Tomsk State Pedagogical University, dean of faculty of university-wide disciplines, DSc. in Philosophy, Associate Professor
Visible and invisible in Plato’s natural philosophy

4.Maya Petrova, Institute of World History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, chief researcher, Dr.Sc. (History)
The theories of the Platonists concerning division of the world

5.Vladimir Rokhmistrov, RCAH
Phaedo or About the immortality of the Soul

6.Kirill Petrov, Volgograd State Medical University, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Δαιμόνιον and Platos’ religion

7.Dmitry Goncharko, St. Petersburg State Technological Institute (technical university), associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Actual Approaches to Plato’s Symposium

8.Alexei Garadja, Russian State University for Humanities, senior research fellow of Platonic Research Center
Plato’s Cave and Puppet Theater

9.Anna Afonasina, Novosibirsk State University, lecturer
Timaeus of Locri "On the nature of the world of the soul" and the "Timaeus" of Plato

10.Daniil Shulga, Novosibirsk State University, lecturer, CSc in Philosophy
Requirements for the military class in the writings of Zhuge Liang and Plato

11.Yuriy Romanenko, Institute of philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, professor, DSc in Philosophy
The paradoxical relation of the Platonic and Aristotelian teachings

12.Anastasia Zolotukhina, Moscow State Lomonosov University, senior lecturer
“Τοῦ αὐτοῦ ἀνδρὸς ἐστὶ κωμῳδίαν καὶ τραγῳδίαν ἐπίστασθαι ποιεῖν": Socrates’ last remark in the ‘Symposium’ and the fashionable disease of the XVI century

13.Ilya Guryanov, NRU HSE, lecturer, CSc in Philosophy
The concept of semen in the Renaissance Platonism

14.Maria Varlamova, independent scholar, CSc in Philosophy
Nature and life in Simplicius

11:00 – 18:00 – Workshop 3. Platonism and Science
Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities
15, Fontanka river emb., St Petersburg. Room 504
Moderators: Alexei Nesteruk. Tatiana Litvin

1.Yulia Azarova, Kharkiv National University named V. N. Karazin, associate professor, PHd in Philosophy
Plato and Levinas: the critics of “Socratic element” in Platonism

2.Тatiana Levina, Docent, School of Philosophy, Higher School of Economics, CSc in Philosophy
The fight against idealism in the Soviet mathematics: the case of Yanovskaya

3.Tatiana Litvin, Russian Christian Academy for Humanities, St Petersburg, Associate Professor
The Platonism in the 20th century: dialectics and chiasm of philosophical postmodernity

4.Alexei Nesteruk, University of Portsmouth (UK); Russian Christian Academy for Humanities, senior research lecturer, PhD in physics and mathematics
Plato’s Cosmology and Platonism in Modern Mathematical Cosmology

5.Igor Berestov, Institute of Philosophy and Law of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Senior scientific associate, PhD in Philosophy
Can Aristotle Solve Meno’s Paradox in the Case of Search for a Species?

6.Taras Shiyan, St. Tikhon’s orthodox university for Humanities; Russian Presidential academy of national economy and public administration (Moscow), associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Logic and Mathematics in Plato’s soteriology

7.Anna Shiyan, RSUH, associate professor, PhD
Was Husserl a Platonist? Metamorphoses of Platonism in the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl

8.Serguei Panov, CSc in Philosophy, associate professor, National University of Science and Technology MISiS
Plato and problem of contemplation

9.Sergey Katrechko, State Academic University of the Humanities (GAUGN), associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
About Plato’s transсendentalism (Plato and Kant)

10.Eugeny Glebov, New Siberian institute, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Ontological meritocracy of Plato versus neurophilosophical egalitarianism

11.Timur Artemev, North-Western State Medical University named after I.I Mechnikov, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Sensory and mental perception in philosophy of Plato

12.Rodion Savinov, St. Petersburg State Academy of Veterinary Medicine, Senior Lecturer, PhD (in Philosophy)
Platonism and Aristotelianism as epistemic programs (problem of genesis of knowledge in Lalemandet’s philosophical cursus)

13.Nadezhda Sotnikova, St. Petersburg University of the Russian Interior Ministry, associate professor, Ph.D., assistant professor
Plato as a philosopher in the interpretation of W.Windelband

Workshop 4. Platonism history: The young researchers’ approach
Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities
15, Fontanka river emb., St Petersburg. Room 504.
Moderators: Elena Alymova, Svetlana Karavaeva

1.Kirill Prokopov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Ph.D. student
Resting Place for a Restless Soul: Hades and Heaven in Plato’s Phaedo

2.Karavaeva Svetlana, PhD, assistant professor, North-West State Medical University.
The image of Socrates in late antiquity

3.Daria Dugina, Moscow State Lomonosov University, Faculty of Philosophy, postgraduate student
The Political philosophy of neoplatonism: Proclus

4.Evgenia Ilyukhina, Novosibirsk State Medical University, student
The Concept of the Ontological Elitism of Plato’s Philosophical Thinking and Neurophilosophical Reality

5.Victor Kupriyanov, PhD, junior research fellow, Institute of philosophy SPSU; associated research fellow, Sociological Institute of FCTAS RAS
Criticism of Platonism in Neo-Kantian philosophy of the Baden school

6.Nikolay Gursky, Tomsk State University, student
Notes to the Plato’s Theology of Proclus

7.Fedor Shcherbakov, RCAH, graduate student
Status of myth in the Roman Neoplatonic school

8.Yunna Astrakhantseva, Institute of philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, MA student
Perspective in the "Pictures" of Philostratus the Elder.

9.Elisabeth Anikina, RCAH, student
From Apuley to Botticelli. Neoplatonic themes of the Florentine Renaissance

10.Alexei Noskov, Institute of Philosophy of SPBU, Graduate student
What smells of Plato: Aesthesis of smells in philosophical dialogues

11.Elizaveta Bruk, Institute of philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, student
The Platonic tradition and symbolic theories of culture about relation between a phenomenon (thing), essence and a concept

12.Danil Popov, Institute of philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, student
Reactualization of the Stoic discourse in the 20th century: theoretical and praxeological aspects

11.00 – 18.00 – Workshop 5. Plato’s heritage in the context of religious thought
Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities
15, Fontanka river emb., St Petersburg. Room 321
Moderators: Dmitry Biriukov, Dmitry Kurdybaylo

1.Dmitry Biriukov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Leading Researcher, doctor of philosophical science, PhD
Paradigms of participation in Gregory Palamas

2.Igor Zaitsev, Saint-Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Is Sceptical Theism rooted in Antiquity?

3.Dmitry Kurdybaylo, Russian Christian Academy for Humanities, St Petersburg, research fellow, CSc in Philosophy
Dialectics of namegiving in Proclus Diadochus

4.Irina Morozova, Chelyabinsk State Institute of Culture and Arts, docent, PhD in cultural studies
Plato and Russian Orthodoxy thought: on pre-revolutionary Christian issues’ materials

5.Ksenia Timchenko, State Museum of the History of Religion, junior researcher, Master of Religious Studies
Rethinking the influence of Hellenistic philosophy on Christian ethics in the Lutheran theology of the mid-twentieth century

6.Elena Kuzmina, Omsk State Universitet, docent, PhD in history
The Teachings of Plato on the Divine and Contemporary Theological Discourses

7.Vasilik Vladimir, St Petersburg State University, docent, DSc in history
Platonism in anti-nestorian polemics of Latin fathers of V-VI century

8.Yusef Pechurchick, Catholic Major Seminary «Mary Queen of the Apostles» (St Petersburg), lecturer, CSc in Philosophy, associate professor
Neoplatonic character of Christian philosophy (from Augustine to Hegel)

9.Larisa Tonoyan, St Petersburg State University, Institute of Philosophy, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy, associate professor
The Platonic influence in the Byzantine logic

10.Oksana Goncharko, St-Petersburg Mining University, associate professor, CSc in Philosophy
Platonic Dialogue Elements in the History of Byzantine Literature

11.Boris Dvinyaninov, Russian Christian Academy for Humanities, St Petersburg, postgraduate student
The image of Tat in hermetic treatises

12.Viktoria Bojko, Institute of philosophy of St. Petersburg State University, student
Plato as the source of the problem of the correlation of the Christian faith and philosophical knowledge in Aurelius Augustine

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