Colloque "Astrology and Anti-Astrology in the Renaissance" (University of Warwick, 6/06/2014)

The Conference "Astrology and Anti-Astrology in the Renaissance: Between Philosophy, Religion and Science" is hosted by the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance (University of Warwick).
 
Session 1 (H5.45)
11h-13h30 Chair: Paul Botley (University of Warwick)
 
Charles Burnett (Warburg Institute) on ‘Albumasar’s Ten Sects of Critics of Astrology and their Renaissance successors’
 
Hiro Hirai (Radboud University Nijmegen) on ‘The New Astral Medicine in the Renaissance’
 
Brendan Dooley (University College Cork) on ‘Empirical Astrology in the Renaissance: Cases and Examples’
 
Jacomien Prins (University of Warwick) on ‘Ficino, Patrizi and Mersenne: a Dispute about Cosmic Harmony and Astrology’ 
 
Session 2 (H5.45)
15h-17h30 Chair: Dilwyn Knox (University College London)
 
Andreas Lerch (University of Cologne) on ‘Astrological textbooks in Different Intellectual Movements in the 16th Century’
 
Ovanes Akopyan (University of Warwick) on ‘Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Astrology: from Scientia Naturalis to the Criticism of Predictions’
 
Ivana Skuhala Karasman (Institute of philosophy, Zagreb) on ‘Vera scientia prognosticandi”: Astrology in 16th Century Southern Europe’
 
Dario Tessicini (University of Durham) on ‘The Comet and the Plague: Astrology, Meteorology and Medicine in Late Sixteenth-Century Venice’
 
Vendredi 6 juin 2014
 
Centre for the Study of the Renaissance
Graduate Space and Room H5.45
Humanities Building,
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL

Informations et inscription: renaissance(at)warwick.ac.uk 

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