ISNS 2011 Atlanta Conference

ISNS Program: Wednesday, 22 June–Sunday, 26 June, 2011

Wednesday, June 22

Registration: 5–8 pm

Thursday, June 23

Registration: 8:30–12:00

8:30–10:15 am

Plato and Plotinus

30 minute break

10:45 am–1:00 pm

A. Neoplatonism

B. Plotinus

Lunch

2:00–3:45 pm

A. John Finamore, Soul and Souls in the Platonic Tradition I

B. Pierre Mauboussin, Ammonius Hermeiou

30 minute break

4:15–6:00 pm

A. Marilynn Lawrence, Neoplatonism’s Relationship with the Occult, Psi, Esoterica, and the Supernatural I

B. Michael Chase, Neoplatonism and Contemporary Science, II

Banquet—A Southern Speciality: Crab Boil 6:30–9:30 pm

Friday, June 24

9:00–10:15 am

Keynote Address

30 minute break

10:45 am–1:00 pm

A. Christina-Panagiota Manolea, Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, and Suzanne Stern-Gillet, Mania Platonic and Neoplatonic

B. Marilynn Lawrence, Neoplatonism’s Relationship with the Occult, Psi, Esoterica, and the Supernatural II

Lunch

Tour of Emory and the Carlos Museum: 2:30–5:00 pm

Evening free

Saturday, June 25

8:30–10:15 am

John Finamore, Soul and Souls in the Platonic Tradition II

30 minute break

10:45 am–1:00 pm

A. Robert Berchman, Philosophy of Mind: Ancient, Medieval, Modern

B. Neoplatonism

Lunch

2:00–3:45 pm

A. Donald Duclow, Neoplatonism and Renaissance Philosophy
Presider: Suzanne Stern-Gillet, University of Bolton and University of Manchester

B. Arabic Platonism

30 minute break

4:15–6:35 pm

A. John Turner and Kevin Corrigan, Plotinus, Gnostics, and The Anonymous Parmenides Commentary: The State of the Discussion

B. Neoplatonism

Sunday, June 26

8:30–10:15 am

Coffee Break: 15 minutes

Concluding Addresses and Business Meeting: 10:30–11:00