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New perspectives in the studies on Matteo Ricci

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MACERATA, October 21-23, 2015



October 21
Aula Magna / Piaggia dell’Università, 2

9.00 Welcome addresses



10.30 Coffee break

10.45 RONNIE PO-CHIA HSIA / Penn State University, State College, USA

Becoming Li Madou: Ruggieri, Ricci,Longobardo and the Making of the Jesuit China Mission

11.30 LI TIANGANG / Fudan University, Shanghai, China

Zhu Xi’s First “Travel” to Europe, Understanding for Neo-Confucianism, and Its Influences of Longobardo’s “Traité sur Quelques Points de la Religion desChinois

12.15 Discussion

15.00 LIU YANMEI / Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

An Italian-Chinese bilingual Reference Book on Matteo Ricci and his Chinese interlocutors in late Ming Dynasty (1579-1610)

15.45 FREDÉRIC WANG / INALCO, Paris, France

Matteo Ricci and the jinshi of 1589

16.30 Coffee Break

16.45 ADRIAN DUDINK / Université de Louvain, Louvain, Belgium

A new proposal for the identification of “Ligiucin

17.30 HU WENTING / Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China

A Brief Study of Chinese Books on Western Learning in Ricci’s “De Christiana Expeditione apud Sinas Suscepta ab Societate Iesu

18.15 Discussion


October 22
Aula Verde / Polo Pantaleoni / Via Pescheria vecchia

9.00 ZHANG XIPING / Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, China

A research on the bibliographical sources of the separate sheets in the “Portuguese-Chinese Dictionary

9.45 RAOUL ZAMPONI / University of Macerata, Macerata, Italy

The sounds of guan hua (the official language) in the Dictionary of Ricci, Ruggieri and Anonymous Chinese (1582-1583),and its representation through Latin alphabet characters

10.30 DIEGO POLI / University of Macerata, Macerata, Italy

The Italian Language of Matteo Ricci

11.15 Tour of Ricci’s historical landmarks in Macerata, Planetary Clock of Macerata’s City Tower

15.00 GIANNI CRIVELLER / Pime, Holy Spirit Study Center, Hong Kong, China

Matteo Ricci’s contribution to the intellectual history of melancholy

15.45 VITO AVARELLO / University of Provence, Aix-en-Provence, France

The self and the inter-subjectivity in Ricci’s writing: construction of a mystical fable for a new Christian eudemonism

16.30 Coffee Break

16.45 WANG SUNA / Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China

Introduction of the European Classics and Ethics in China at the end of the Ming Dynasty

17.30 HUANG PING / University of Macerata, Macerata, Italy

hemes and Issues in the “Posthumous Polemics” ascribed to Matteo Ricci

18.15 Discussion


October 23
Aula Verde / Polo Pantaleoni
/ Via Pescheria vecchia

9.00 DOROTHY FIGUEIRA / University of Georgia, Athens, USA

The Jesuits in Asia, Ricci’s accommodation  Policy and Comparing Cultures

9.45 LI SHENWEN / Laval University, Québec City, Canada

Adaptation and success: Matteo Ricci’s strategy in China 10.30 Coffee break

10.45 MARCELLO LA MATINA / University of Macerata, Macerata, Italy

Translatability, Ontology, Rites: the reasons of the actuality of Matteo Ricci

11.30 ANGELO CATTANEO / Universidade Nova, Lisbon, Portugal

Spaces and Places of Religious Knowledge.Mediality of Religious Knowledge in the Mission of Japan and China

12.15 Discussion

15.00 MICHELA CATTO / EHESS, Paris, France

Images of “Jesuitical” China in the Enlightenment: Irreligion, Anticlericalism Anti-Jesuitism

15.45 MICHEL DUPUIS / Université de Louvain, Louvain, Belgium

Some meta-ethical reflections about Christian Wolff’s “Oratio de sinarum philosophia practica” (1721) and his “Adnotationes” (1726)

16.30 Coffee break

16.40 SELUSI AMBROGIO / University of Macerata, Macerata, Italy

The changing influence of Jesuits’ China on European histories of philosophy (1600-1744)

17.25 THIERRY MEYNARD / Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China

Ricci and three early Jesuit translations of the “Lunyu

18.10 Discussion

19.00 Final Discussion

Conclusions and perspectives on Ricci’s studies