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Dr. Laura Follesa

Laura Follesa Eine Frage kann nach verschiedenen Perspektiven gestellt werden, um die vielseitige Aspekte eines Problems erscheinen zu lassen. Die philosophische, kunstlerische, naturwissenschaftliche, religiöse, oder sozio-psychologische Hinsichte des Lebens existieren nicht nur nebeneinander und voneinander ganz getrennt, sondern schneiden sich und bilden daher die Komplexität der Menschenwelt, was mich immer besonders fasziniert hat. In meiner Forschungs- so wie in meinem individualen Lebensgang versuche ich diese Vielfältigkeit der Anschauungspunkte zu finden und nach immer neuen Perspektiven und ihren Interaktionen in die Welt zu schauen und so mein eigenes Bild der Welt zu formen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1998-2003: Abitur Liceo Scientifico-Linguistico G. Marconi San Gavino Monreale in Italien (100/100).

2003-2007: Bachelor in Philosophie an der Universität Cagliari (110/110 cum laude).

2007-2010: Master in Philosophie und Philosophiegeschichte an der Universität Cagliari (Scienze filosofiche e storico filosofiche) (110/110 cum laude).

2011-2014: Binationale Promotion in Philosophie an der Universität Cagliari und der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, finanziert mit einem Stipendium POR-FSE 2007-2013. Betreuer: Prof. F. M. Crasta und Prof. Dr. Dr. O. Breidbach.

Ab 2012: “Cultore della materia” für Philosophiegeschichte

2017-2019: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin an der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena als EU-Forscherin, finanziert mit einem Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF). Projekt Nr. 753540: “TIM-Adrastea: Herder’s Thinking in Images from 1801-03 up to Nowadays”

 

 

  • Philosophie-, Wissenschafts- und Kulturgeschichte mit Schwerpunkt im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert

  • Autoren: Johann Gottfried Herder, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling, Emanuel Swedenborg

  • Rolle der Bilder in der Kulturgeschichte

 

 

2017 “The Arcanes of the World. Symbols and Mystical-Allegorical Exegesis in Emanuel Swedenborg’s De cultu et amore Dei”, in Lux in Tenebris: The Visual and the Symbolic in Western Esotericism, ed. by P. Forshaw, Leiden: Brill, pp. 220-239. ISBN: 978-90-0433-494-6

2015 “Sensibilità, visioni, sogni. Swedenborg e Schopenhauer”, in Schopenhauer Pensiero e Fortuna. Atti del Convegno a Corigliano d’Otranto, 19-22 giugno 2013, Schopenaueriana, Lecce: Pensa Multimedia, pp. 97-112. ISBN: 978-88-6760-264-0

2014 “Schelling tra Naturphilosophie e teosofia. Alcune osservazioni a partire dal suo lascito librario”, in Biblioteche filosofiche private (Atti del Convegno, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, 28-30 Novembre 2013), a cura di R. Ragghianti e A. Savorelli, Pisa: Edizioni della Normale, pp. 297-311. ISBN: 978-88-7642-521-9

2014 “Influssi e guarigioni. ‘Filosofie magnetiche’, mesmerismo e ‘culture alternative’”, Giornale Critico di Storia della Filosofia Italiana, XCIII (XCV), n. 2 (2014), pp. 339-406. ISSN: 0017-0089

 

 

 

9.-12. Februar 2017: “Herder-Luther: Das Erbe der Reformation in der Weimarer Klassik” (Weimar), Vortrag: “Herders Bilddenken: Wissenschaft – Träume –  Einbildungskraft”

19.-21. Juni 2014: “Schopenhauer Pensiero e Fortuna” (Lecce), Vortrag: “Sensibilità, visioni, sogni: Swedenborg e Schopenhauer”

17.-20. Juni 2014: “XIX ISNS International Conference (Lisbon), Vortrag: “From the Natural to the Spiritual World: Swedenborg and Schelling”

13.-14. Dezember 2013: “La filosofia della natura tra ‘700 e ‘800. Un’eredità da riscoprire” (Cagliari), Vortrag: “Economia della natura e metamorfosi. Herder, Goethe, Schelling lettori di Swedenborg”

28.-30. November 2013: “Biblioteche filosofiche private. Strumenti e prospettive di ricerca” (Pisa), Vortrag: “Schelling tra Naturphilosophie e teosofia. Alcune osservazioni a partire dal suo lascito librario”

20.-24. Juni 2012: X ISNS International Conference (Cagliari), Vortrag: “Plato and Schelling from the Commentary  of the Timaeus to the Weltseele”

3.-4. Mai 2012: “Filosofia e Letteratura. Percorsi di ricerca” (Cagliari), Vortrag: “William Butler Yeats lettore di Swedenborg”

20. April 2012: “The Idea of the Fall and European Romantic Aesthetics” (München), Vortrag: “The Notion of organism in Schelling’s Stuttgarter Privatvorlesungen”

20. Februar 2012: “Strumenti, metodi, materiali della ricerca storiografica” (Cagliari), Vortrag: “Redazione dell’apparato bibliografico nella stesura della tesi”

6.-10. Juli 2011: Third ESSWE International Conference “Lux in Tenebris: The Visual and the Symbolic in Western Esotericism” (Szeged, Ungary), Vortrag: “The Arcanes of the World. Symbols and Mystical-Allegorical Exegesis in Emanuel Swedenborg’s De cultu et amore Dei”

 

Thinking in Images. Herder’s Adrastea from 1801-03 up to nowadays

 

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA-IF)
Project Number 753540
“TIM-Adrastea: Herderʼs thinking in images from 1801-03 up to nowadays”

 

The research project “Thinking in Images. Herder’s Adrastea from 1801-03 up to nowadays” will focus on the notion of thinking in images, which has a non-marginal position in the history of philosophy and science. Thinking in images means to refer, at the same time, to a complex system of forms and meanings, which continually changes itself and never follows a time sequence or a causal order. This is what distinguishes this special form of thinking from the logical sequence, from the reasoning by concepts. Analogies, metaphors, myths are only few examples of the way this ‘visual representation’ works. Such a kind of thinking characterises the children’s thought, mnemonic processes, dreams, mental illnesses, hallucinations; but also, it is possible to find it in the poetry, in mythologies and religions, in mystical visions, as well as in scientific visualisations and in the arts. We will try in this study to clarify the concept of thinking in images and to highlight its value within society and culture. The starting point of the research is one of the most significant authors in the history of philosophy and culture, J.G. Herder (1744-1803), and in particular I will focus on the last and most neglected of his works, the Adrastea (1801-1803). Herder edited this magazine the last years of his life and conceived it as a kind of fragmentary encyclopaedia, touching many aspects of the cultural life of his time (from politics to religion, from philosophy to science, from literature and music to esotericism and mystics). From this starting point, I aim to start a multidisciplinary discussion on the topic also with the involvement of scholars belonging to different fields of research.

 

 

 

 

 

Professur für Kulturgeschichte

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