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1Boat Cruise of the Boka Bay11:00

Hellenic Political Philosophy and Contemporary Europe

Herceg Novi, 29 September – 04 October 2019

 

 

D E T A I L E D     P R O G R A M

 

 

Sunday, 29 September

 

17:30                   Registration of participants

 

19.00                Opening of the Conference with Greetings (President of the Organizing Committee, Minister of Science of Montenegro, Mayor of Herceg Novi)

 

20.00                Keynote lecture

Prof. Catherine Rowett, University of East Anglia (UK) & European Parliament

Europe, Economic Policy, and the Lessons We Should Learn from Thinkers of Antiquity

 

21.00                Welcome Reception at the Rooftop Terrace of Palmon Bay & Spa Hotel

 

Monday, 30 September

 

Morning Session

 

10.00                Zoltán Pető, National University of Public Service (Hungary)

                             The Liberal Critiques of Democracy from Tocqueville to Hermann-Hoppe

 

10.20                Dr. Spyridon Kaltsas, University of Athens (Greece)

Gadamer, Schumpeter, and Habermas on the Classical Conception of Politics and its Relation to Modern Democracy

 

10.40                Onur Doganay, Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany)

                             On the Relationship between “Polis” and “Happiness” in Aristotle

 

11.00                Borislav Mihačević, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

                             Tradition and Polis

 

11.20                Coffee Break

 

11.50                Prof. Vasil Gluchman, University of Prešov (Slovakia)

Leonard Stöckel and his Meaning for Ethics of Politics in Central Europe of the 16th and 17th Centuries

 

12.10                Prof. Türker Armaner, Galatasaray University (Turkey)

                             Citizenship, Equality, and Ostracism in Aristotle

 

12.30                Discussion

Afternoon Session

 

17.00                Keynote lecture

Prof. Gerhard Thür, Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austria)

                             Warfare and International Arbitration (Messene – Megalopolis, 182 BC)

 

17.30                Prof. Ziyad Motala, Howard Law School (USA)

A Relook on Our Conception of Democracy: What Can We Learn from Athenian Democracy as Applied by the South Africa Constitutional Court in the Doctors for Life Decision

 

17.50                Aljoša Krajišnik, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

                             Democracy, Populism, and the Ideal Citizen

18.10                Coffee Break

 

18.30                Maruška Nardoni, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

                             Liberal Bonds

 

18.50                Discussion

FREE EVENING

 

Tuesday, 01 October

 

Morning Session

 

10.00                Prof. Ilaria Ramelli, Sacred Heart University (USA)

Classical and Patristic Philosophical Ideas of Theopolis between Platonism and Stoicism

 

10.20                Nesa Vrečer, University of Ljubljanja (Slovenia)

                             Enlightening Polis and Citizenship

 

10.40                Dr. Szilvia Horvat, National University of Public Service (Hungary)

                             Political Theory on Classical Grounds: A Methodological Reflection

 

11.00                Jan Molina, University of Warsaw (Poland)

Hellenic Humanism and the Threat of Populism: Kroński’s Phenomenology of Fascism and its Contemporary Significance

 

11.20                Coffee Break

 

11.50                Prof. Irina Deretić, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

                             Was Plato Right in his Criticism of Democracy?

 

12.10                Dr. Pandeleimon Hionidis, Hellenic Open University (Greece)

Europe as a Model and a Critical Observer, 1877 – 1878: Notions of Europeanness in 19th Century Greece

 

12.30                Discussion

 

Afternoon Session

 

17.00                Keynote lecture

Prof. Giovanni Giorgini, University of Bologna (Italy)

Aristotle’s Notion of Political Education in the Context of Contemporary Liberal Democracies

 

17.30                Jungfu Wong, University of Cambridge (UK)

Genealogy of Eudaimonia: Greek Philosophical Definition of Ethic Pleasure through the Concept of Polis

 

17.50                Coffee Break

 

18.10                Irina-Maria Tamasan, Independent Researcher (Romania)

                             Freedom and Truth: The Concept of Parrhesia

 

18.30                Discussion

 

19.00                FOLKLORE DANCE

 

Wednesday, 02 October

 

Morning Session

 

10.00                Tamara Plećaš, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

                             The Cynic and the Stoic Cosmopolis

 

10.20                Matija Stojanović, University of Belgrade (Serbia)

                             Was Plato a Fascist?

 

10.40                Prof. Alexander A. Lvov, Saint Petersburg State University (Russia)

Did the Ancient Greeks Have a Worldview? A Comparative Inquiry into the History of the Concept

 

11.00                Prof. Debika Saha, University of North Bengal (India)

                             Athenian Politics and the Philosopher’s Role: An Analysis

 

11.20                Coffee Break

 

11.50                Burç İdem Dincel, Trinity College Dublin (Ireland)

                             “The Most Continuous Activity” and Aristotle’s (Un)bound Theory of Tragedy

 

12.10                Dr. Michael Fournier, Dalhousie University (Canada)

                             Epicurean Justice

 

12.30                Discussion

Afternoon Session

17.00                Keynote lecture

Prof. Leo Catana, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

Plato on Recognition of Political Leaders: The Importance of Mirrored Character Traits

 

17.30                Dr. Aikaterini Lefka, University of Liège (Belgium)

                             The City’s “Good Life” in Ancient Greek Thought, From the Origins to Socrates

 

17.50                Coffee Break

 

18.10                Prof. Dušan Krcunović, University of Montenegro (Montenegro)

                             The Hellenic Idea of ἀγών and Modern Competitiveness

 

18.30                Discussion

FREE EVENING

 

Thursday, 03 October

 

Morning Session

 

10.00                Carlo Delle Donne, University of Rome “Sapienza” (Italy)

                             God, Rulers and Imitation in Plutarch’s Political Philosophy

 

10.20                Dr. Elena Irrera, University of Bologna (Italy)

Human Bonds within Organic Wholes: Aristotle’s Contribution towards a Contemporary Theory of Solidarity

 

10.40                Dr. Ion Soteropoulos, Apeiron Center Paris (France)

The Future of Education and Science: The Development of Synthetic Intelligence as a Means to Realize a Global Society in Perpetual Peace and Justice

 

11.00                Dr. Bogdana Koljević, Institute for Political Research (Serbia)

                             Ancient Democracy as True Democracy of Contemporary Europe

 

11.20                Coffee Break

 

11.50                Ákos Tussay, Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Hungary)

The Description of the Ideal Ruler in the Pseudo-Pythagorean Περὶ Βασιλείας Treatises

 

12.10                Dr. Suvi Kuokkanen, University of Oulu (Finland)

Justifications of Exclusion from the Polis in Classical and Hellenistic Greek Political Philosophy

 

12.30                Discussion

 

Afternoon Session

 

17.00                Keynote lecture

Prof. Nicholas D. Smith, Lewis & Clark College (USA)

                             Pity the Tyrant

 

17.30                Dr. Jonathan Dronsfield, Institute of Art Research Brussels (Belgium)

                             Lesson of Light: Camus, Heidegger and the Idea of Europe

 

17.50                Dr. Vladimir Cvetković, Institute of Philosophy and Social Theory (Serbia)

The 20th Century Serbian Orthodox Church Clerics between the Ideal of Democracy and a Critique of Europe

 

18.10                Dr. Catherine Mandroni, European School of Brussels III (Belgium)

The Notions of “Kallos” and “Kosmos” and their Fulfillment in “Polis”: The Everlasting Paradigm of Ancient Greece

 

18.30                Discussion

 

19.00                Closing Remarks

 

20.00                FAREWELL DINNER (Location to be Announced)

 

Friday, 04 October

BOAT CRUISE OF THE BOKA BAY