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Julie BRUMBERG-CHAUMONT

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Videos

Introduction : l’Europe de la logique

Les usages de la logique au Moyen Âge latin

Program

Logic and natural philosophy

Homo Logicus

The Europe of the Logic

international Colloquia

 

Program of the colloquium
The Europe of Logic

Program oh the colloquium
Homo Logicus II

 

Member of LEM’s cluster 3 : Ancient, medieval and modern philosophies and theologies, Julie Brumberg-Chaumont is specialized in the history of logic during the Middle Ages. She has just defended (December 2019) her “HDR” prepared along with Alain de Libera.

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Fields of research

- History of logic.
- Social history of logic
- Historical anthropology of logic
- History of the Aristotelian corpus

Topics of research

- Philosophical, historical, social and anthropological approaches to the history of logic during the Middle-Ages.
- History of logic in Italy (13th-15th centuries).
- History of the reception of Aristotle’s Analytics (prior and posterior) and history of the progressive rediscovery of Organon.
- History of logical form and logical hylomorphism
- History of the first Medieval Latin reception of Aristotle’s De memoria.

Current projects

- HASTEC : Homo Logicus, Logic at the Edges of Humanity, historical, anthropological and philosophical approaches, in collaboration with Antonella Romano (CAK/EHESS), 2016- PSL : The Europe of Logic, Medieval and Pre-Modern Aristotelian Traditions in Context, in collaboration with Antonella Romano (CAK/EHESS) and Alain de Libera (Collège de France), 2017-
- Social History of Logic in the Middle Ages, in collaboration with John Marenbon (Trinity College), 2018-

Selected books

Ad notitiam ignoti : L’ ’Organon’ dans la ’translatio studiorum’ à l’époque d’Albert le Grand , Turnhout, Brepols, 2013.

With Dominique Poirel, Adam of Bochenfield and his School on Aristotle’s De memoria, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2019.