June 16, 2022 / 4pm (CEST), 3pm (UTC+1h)
This event is part of the activities of the 2022 International Open Seminar on Semiotics: a Tribute to John Deely on the Fifth Anniversary of His Passing, cooperatively organized by the Institute for Philosophical Studies of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Coimbra, the Lyceum Institute, the Deely Project, Saint Vincent College, the Iranian Society for Phenomenology at the Iranian Political Science Association, the International Association for Semiotics of Space and Time, the Institute for Scientific Information on Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Semiotic Society of America, the American Maritain Association, the International Association for Semiotic Studies, the International Society for Biosemiotic Studies, the International Center for Semiotics and Intercultural Dialogue, Moscow State Academic University for the Humanities and the Mansarda Acesa with the support of the FCT – Foundation for Science and Technology, I.P., of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education of the Government of Portugal under the UID/FIL/00010/2020 project.
Hélène Leblanc is a historian of philosophy and of semiotics, working mostly on the Late Scholasticism of the 16th and 17th centuries, and on the Austro-German tradition, involving authors such as B. Bolzano, F. Brentano, E. Husserl, A. Marty, A. Meinong, and L. Wittgenstein. She has strong interests in philosophy of language and mind.
In 2015, she earned her PhD on semiotic theories in Early Modern Philosophy, under the supervision of Philippe Hamou (Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense) and Giulia Belgioioso (Università del Salento – Lecce).
Her major scientific achievement is her monograph on semiotic theories in the seventeenth century, titled Théories sémiotiques à l’âge classique (Vrin, 2021). She has also written several articles especially 1) on Scholastic and Early Modern philosophy and 2) on the Austro-German tradition.
She collaborates with the ARC Schol’Art at the GEMCA, UCLouvain. This project, at the crossroad of History of art, French literature, and Neo-Latin literature, aims at highlighting the scholastic background of these fields.
She is also a founding member of Inbegriff – Geneva Seminar for Austro-German Philosophy and she is a Co-editor of Studia Philosophica, Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Philosophie, (with Janette Friedrich and Michael Festl).
Maria da Conceição Camps (born in Lisbon);
⚘ holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Porto (2012), thesis entitled «From the visible to the invisible – The theory of vision in the Commentary on the three books on the soul of the Coimbra Jesuit Course (1598)»;
⚘ a Master’s in Medieval Philosophy from the University of Porto (2000), thesis entitled «The influence of João de Salisbury’s Policraticus in the Chronicle of D. João I by Fernão Lopes, legal-political perspective»;
⚘ a degree in Humanities from the Faculty of Philosophy of the Catholic University of Portugal (1997);
⚘ a degree in Law from the Faculty of Law of Lisbon (1982).
She is a researcher at the Centre of Philosophy of the University of Lisbon (CFUL); at the Institute for Philosophical Studies of the University of Coimbra (IEF); and in the Open University’s Chair of Global Studies (CEG-UAb);
⚘ mainly dedicated to the study and translation of philosophical texts from the so-called late scholasticism, having published several articles and books on the subject; a translator from latin to portuguese of the Coimbra Jesuit Course. See bibliography and full Curriculum in CienciaVitae, Science ID 8E18-F7EA-C593.