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Seminar "Philosophy of Antiquity and the Middle Ages"



A monthly seminar Philosophy and Theology of Antiquity and the Middle Ages is held at the CAMPaS. The lectures at the seminar have been delivered by the scholars from the Institute for the History of Christian Thought at the Russian Christian Humanitarian Academy (St Petersburg); Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences (Novosibirsk); Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow); Institute of the World History; Leningrad State University; Moscow State University; Novosibirsk State University; Peoples' Friendship University of Russia; Publishing Department of the Moscow Patriarchate; Russian State University for the Humanities; St Petersburg State University; St Tikhon's Orthodox University; State University – Higher School of Economics; The Orthodox Encyclopedia Church Research Center; The Russian Academy of State Service under the President of the Russian Federation; Tula State Pedagogical Institute; Centre national de la recherche scientifique (Paris); Institut catholique de Paris.





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Partisipants of the seminar S. Messiats 'On Henads in Iamblichus'

Participants of the seminar (from left to right): Alexey Dunaev, Andrey
Seregin, Valery Petroff, Vladimir Kurtov, Maria Solopova, Svetlana Messiats.

Svetlana Messiats: "Iamblichus on the First Principles".

Luc Brisson Emmanuel Falque

Luc Brisson discusses Porphyry's Sententiae. From left to right:
Svetlana Messiats, Luc Brisson, Eugene Afonasin, Valery Petroff.

Emmanuel Falque:
"The Phenomenological Method and Medieval Philosophy".



Andrey Seregin Alexey Phokin
Alexander Mikhailovskiy Oleg Voskoboinikov