2017-2019: Theories of divination in Late Antiquity and Early Byzantium (2nd-7th centuries)

Alexandru Dragomir - Institute for Philosophy's project



  • Marilena VladDamascius. New Insights in the Platonic Tradition, at the III Convegno di Studi Bizantini, Scuola Grande di San Marco, Venice, 03 October 2019;
  • Adrian Pirtea, The Power of Books. Arethas of Caesarea as a Scholar and Manuscript Collector, at the 12th International Congress of South-East European Studies, University of Bucharest, 2-6 September 2019;
  • Adrian Pirtea, Syriac Cosmology and the Liber Nemroth, at the Workshop Liber Nemroth, Paris, 17-19 July 2019;
  • Marilena VladThe One and Its Two Manners of Being, at the Symposium Platonicum XII. Plato’s Parmenides, Paris, 15-18 July 2019;
  • Adrian PirteaAristotelian and Biblical Cosmologies in Syriac Literature (3rd-10th centuries), at the colloque Natural Sciences and Technologies in Manuscripts and Artefacts, Kekelidze Centre of Manuscripts / MPIWG Berlin, Tbilisi, 27-28 June 2019;
  • Andrei TimotinThe Neoplatonic Background of a Text on Prophecy Attributed to John Chrysostom, at the Ancient Revelation: Divination, Prophecy and EpiphanyDurham University, 25-27 June 2019;
  • Adrian PirteaThe Macrocosm-Microcosm Analogy in Manichaeism, Zoroastrianism, and Early Islamic Gnosis, at the Formative Exchanges in the Islamicate World: Zoroastrianism, Manichaeism, and Islam in Contact, Bochum, 5-6 June 2019;
  • Andrei-Tudor ManThématisations philosophiques du signe divinatoire – le stoïcisme et le néoplatonisme, at École Pratique des Hautes Études, 16 March 2019.