17 décembre/December

 

10h. Richard Sturn(Karl-Franzens Universität, Graz & Graz Schumpeter Centre) : Intellectualism and voluntarism and the theological backgrounds of socio-economic theorizing

 

Discutant/discussant : Ragip Ege (Université de Strasbourg & BETA)

 

11h15. Thomas Ruellou (Université de Paris I) : Dugald Stewart and the identity of interests : passions, self-love and the final cause of Providence

 

Discutant/discussant : Thierry Demals (Université de Lille 1 & CLERSE)

 

13h30. Keith Tribe (Leigh Sinton, Malvern) : The philosophy of Henry Sidgwick and the late-Victorian liberal reformation

 

Discutant/discussant : David Andrews (State University of New York at Oswego)

 

14h45. Daniela Donnini-Macciò (Istituto Tecnico Tecnologico E. Fermi, Ascoli Piceno) : Pigou’s early essays on religion and the nature of the good, 1907-1908

 

Discutant/discussant : Marion Gaspard (Université Lumière/Lyon 2 & Triangle)

 

16h. David Andrews (State University of New York at Oswego) : Keynes and Christian Socialism

 

Discutant/discussant : Jean-Pierre Potier, Triangle (Université Lumière/Lyon 2 & Triangle)

 

 

18 décembre/December

 

10h. Caroline Bauer (Universités de Strasbourg et de Lausanne) : A critique of Max Weber’s Protestant Ethic through Jean Calvin’s ‘duty of lieutenancy’

 

Discutant/discussant: Philippe Steiner (Université de Paris-Sorbonne & Institut Universitaire de France)

 

11h15. Maxime Menuet (Université d’Orléans) & Arnaud Orain (Université de Paris VIII & LED) : Jansenism, interest bearing loan and political economy in 19th century France: a reappraisal

 

Discutant/discussant : Muriel Dal Pont-Legrand (Université de Nice)

 

13h30. Joost Hengstmengel (Erasmus University Rotterdam) : Calvinist economists in the Netherlands, 19th century

 

Discutant/discussant : Arnaud Orain (Université de Paris VIII & LED)

 

14h45. Stefano Solari (Università di Padova) : The Roman Catholic church and liberalism in the Italian context: practical and theoretical “misunderstandings”

 

Discutant/discussant: Richard Sturn (Karl-Franzens Universität, Graz & Graz Schumpeter Centre)

 

16h. Daniela Parisi (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) : On the encyclical letter Laborem Exercens

 

Discutant/discussant: Gilbert Faccarello (Université Panthéon-Assas, Paris & Triangle).
 

Adresse: Centre J. Bosco, 14 rue Roger Radisson, 69005 Lyon

 

Contact : gilbert.faccarello@u-paris2.fr