dr. sc. Marie-Élise Zovko / bibliografija

Books:

Heideggerovo i Plotinovo Poimanje Vremena. Zagreb: Filozofska Istraživanja 1991.
Natur und Gott: Das wirkungsgeschichtliche Verhältnis Schellings und Baaders. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann 1996.

reviewed in:
Franz, Albert. Marie-Elise Zovko. Natur und Gott. Das wirkungsgeschichtliche Verhältnis Schellings und Baaders, Würzburg 1996, S. 323. Theologische Revue 94/1998, Heft 6, S. 696-698.
Pöggeler, Otto. “Idealismus und Romantik. Bemerkungen zu Ernst Behler und Marie-Elise Zovko.” U: Hegel-Studien 34 (1999) 135-157.
Schreier, Josef. “Schelling als Religionsphilosoph. Zu einigen Neuerscheinungen über Schellings Spätphilosophie.” U: Philosophischer Literaturanzeiger 52/2 (April-Juni 1999), 187-201.
Tilliette, Xavier. “Compte Rendus: Marie-Élise Zovko. Natur und Gott: Das wirkungsgeschichtliche Verhältnis Schellings und Baaders“. Epistemata, Philosophie Bd. 201. Königshausen & Neumann, Würzburg, 1996, 324 p.” U: Archives de Philosophie 61/1 (janvier-mars 1998), 61.

 

Anthologies

Dillon, John & Zovko, Marie-Élise, eds. Platonism and Forms of Intelligence. Introduction by Marie-Élise Zovko. Berlin: Akademie Verlag 2008.

Articles / Book Chapters

“Plotinovo učenje o duši.” In: Filozofska istraživanja 38/39 (1990), 1461-1473.
“Zeit als Rettungsanstalt: Die Zeittheorie Franz von Baaders.” Synthesis Philosophica 12, (1991): 485-493.
“Zur Diskussion: Gottesbegriff und Geschichtsphilosophie in der Sicht Schellings, von Wilhelm G. Jacobs.” Studia Hermeneutica 1/1 (1995): 117-130.
“Religious Ontology and Ontology of Religion in the Later Philosophy of F.W.J. Schelling and Fr. v. Baader”, in: Archivio di Filosofia (Proceedings of the International Enrico-Castelli Colloquium) 1996: 683-699.
“The Renaissance of Jacob Böhme in German Romantic Philosophy: Franz von Baader’s ‘Natural Philosophy of Christianity,'” in: Studia Hermeneutica 2, (1996): 115-135.
“Die Spätphilosophie Schellings und die Kehre im Denken Martin Heideggers.” Jahrbuch für Philosophie des Instituts für Philosophie Hannover, Band 10 (1999) ISBN 3-85165-333-5, ISSN 1022-3274: 135-173.
“The Open-Ended Universe: Liberating Time.” Studia hermeneutica 4 (1998): 133-169.
“Hegel und die Grenzen der Dialektik.” Hegel Jahrbuch (2001): 53-61.
“Plato’s Heracliteanism Reconsidered.” Dionysius, 20 (2002): 23-50.
“Die Analogie des Lebens und der Erkenntnis: Franz von Baader und das neue Denken der Naturwissenschaft,” Aufgang. Jahrbuch für Denken, Dichten und Musik, Stuttgart-Berlin-Köln: Kohlhammer 1 (2004).
“Bologna and Beyond: A Critical Reflection on the Ends and Means of the Bologna Process,” Fortschritt? Studia Philosophica Iaderensia. Hrsg. v. Andreas Arndt und Jure Zovko (Hannover: Wehrhahn 2011); 195-232.
Zovko, Jure; Zovko, Marie-Élise. “The Aura of the Work of Art in Benjamin’s Philosophy” Identität? Hermeneutische Erkundungen / Hufnagel, Erwin ; Zovko, Jure (ur.). Berlin: Parerga, 2008. 145-156.
“Platonism and Forms of Intelligence. Proceedings of the International Symposium, Hvar, 2006.” In: Platonism and Forms of Intelligence. Ed. Marie-Élise Zovko, John Dillon. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2008: 11-22.
“The Way Up and the Way Back are the Same. The Ascent of Cognition in Plato’s Analogies of the Sun, the Line and the Cave and the Path Intelligence Takes,” in: Platonism and Forms of Intelligence. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2008: 313-341.
“Der systematische Zusammenhang der Philosophie in Kants Kritik der Urteilskraft. ‘Zweite Aufmerksamkeit’ und Analogie der ästhetischen und teleologischen Urteilskraft.” Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 58 (2010), 4: 629-645.
Zovko, Marie-Élise; Zovko, Jure.”The Metaphysical Character of Philosophy”, in: Metaphysics, ed. M. Pestana ISBN 979-953-307-115-1 Rijeka: InTech March, 2012.
“Naturalism and Intellectualism in Plato and Spinoza”, in: Freiheit und Determinismus, ed. A. Arndt, J. Zovko (Erlangen: Wehrhahn 2012).
“Involved in humankind: Nature, virtue and the good we desire for ourselves and for others”, in: Knowledge Cultures 1(2), 2013 (Addleton Academic Publishers ISSN 2327-5731), 264-300.
“Obuhvaćen u čovječanstvu: priroda, vrlina i dobro koje želimo sebi i drugima” u D. Pećnjak, P. Šegedin, K. Zakarija (ur.), Nasljeđe antike: ogledi u spomen Maji Hudoletnjak Grgić, Zagreb: KruZak 2013, 163-199.
“Impassioned by Passion: Knowledge and Eros in Plato and Spinoza.” The Intl. Plato Society, Xth Symposium Platonicum: The Symposium. Pisa, 15th-20th July, 2013, Proceedings, Vol. II. M. Tulli, ed. Pisa: IPS/Università di Pisa Dipartimento di Filologia, Letteratura e Linguistica, 2013:106-122. Revised version: “Impassioned by Passion: Knowledge and Love in Plato and Spinoza.” Dionysius 32 (2014); 140-171.
“Understanding the Geometric Method: Hypothetical dialectic in Proclus, Abraham Cohen Herrera and Baruch d. Spinoza.” Proceedings of the Intl. Conference Archai: Proclus Diadochus of Constantinople and his Abrahamic interpreters. Istanbul, Dec. 12-16, 2012. Eds. D. Butorac, D. Layne (forthcoming 2015).

Reviews

Ludwig Nagl. Das Verhüllte Absolute. Essays zur zeitgenössischen Religionsphilosophie. Frankfurt am Main: Petar Lang, 2010. ISBN 978-3-631-56915-3, reviewed in: Theologische Literaturzeitschrift, ed. Ingolf U. Dalferth, 137. Jahrgang, ISSN 0040-5671, April 2012.

Translations

Beierwaltes, Werner. “Nous: Unity in Difference,” trans. by Marie-Élise Zovko, in: Platonism and Forms of Intelligence. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2008: 231-245.
Gavran, Miro. “Nora in Our Time”. In: Journal Kazaliste (21/22) 2005; ITI, Zagreb; Plays. Zagreb: ITG 2007.

Works in progress

Spinoza and the Conversion of Early Modern Thought (book)
Commentary on Plotinus’ Ennead V 3, On the Knowing Hypostases and That Which is Beyond for the series: Commentaries On The Enneads Of Plotinus, edited by John M. Dillon and Andrew Smith, Parmenides 2017.

Projects and Initiatives

Croatian-American Theatre Project – Hvar Theatre Project, Hvar 2006 (director). Sponsored by: American Embassy in Zagreb, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia. In cooperation with: Rockville Little Theatre (Rockville, U.S.A.), Hvar Theatre, Hvar Heritage Museum, City of Hvar, City of Jelsa, Stari Grad Cultural Centre.
International Symposium of the Institute of Philosophy: Platonism and Forms of Intelligence, Hvar 2006 (chair, organizing committee). Under the official patronage of the President of the Republic of Croatia, Stipe Mesić, the Croatian Committee for UNESCO, and the City of Hvar. In cooperation with the Croatian Hegel Society, Plato-Society of Croatia, Studia Croatica/ University of Zagreb, Society for the Advancement of Philosophy/Zagreb, Matica Hrvatska, Hvar Heritage Museum. Sponsored by: Istituto italiano di Cultura, Zagreb; Royal Netherlands Embassy, Zagreb
Stohrenschule Project: Philosophical and pedagogical Dialogues on Virtue, Beauty and Happiness, (a project on philosophizing with children), 2007– present . Directed by: Renate Kroschel (Münstertal/Freiburg i. Br.), Marie-Élise Zovko (Zagreb): In cooperation with: Stohrenschule (Münstertal), Deutsche-internationale-Schule, and others.
DAAD Studienreise (organizer and director): “Wissen, Glauben und aesthetisches Urteilsvermögen im deutschen Idealismus und in der nachidealistischen Gesellschaftstheorie Adornos”, (“Knowledge, Belief, and Aesthetic Judgment in German Idealism and in Adorno’s Postidealist Social Theory”), 12-day study visit to Münster and Berlin, in cooperation with the University of Münster and the Free University of Berlin, with participation graduate students from the University of Zagreb, October 18-30, 2009.
Zagreb New School of Philosophical Discourse (founder and director, since 2008)
2014-2015, Director, with Violetta Waibel (University of Vienna), Bilateral Research Project under the 6th cycle of Croatian-Austrian Scientific and technical cooperation between the government of the Republic of Croatia and the Federal government of the Republic of Austria: “Cultivation and transformation of judgment in the encounter of philosophy, culture and art, with particular reference to the philosophy of Kant and Hegel”

Teaching

Since 1993, academic lecturer and mentor; since 2008 adjunct professor for History of Philosophy: Department of Philosophy, Studia Croatica, University of Zagreb.

Courses taught (undergraduate and graduate, in Croatian, English and German):

Introduction to Greek Philosophy (Presocratics, Plato, Aristotle)
Introduction to Modern Philosophy (Renaissance, Rationalism, Empiricism, Kant)
Spinoza; Spinoza and German Idealism”
Kant and British Empiricism (English and German)
Mind & Brain
Emotions and Intellect in Spinoza
Freedom and Causality (graduate)
Critical Philosophy and the Ends of Knowledge, Morality and Art: Kant’s Critiques and the Project of Philosophy (graduate)
Kant and German Idealism (Kant, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel)
Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics
Idealism and Phenomenology (German Idealism and Romantic, Heidegger)
Platonism and Idealism (Plato, Middle Platonism, Plotinus, Neoplatonism, Renaissance Platonism, influence of Platonism on German Idealism and Romanticism)
Ancient Greek Philosophy (seminar, Plato, Aristotle, selected topics, such as: “The Controversy Regarding Plato’s ‘Unwritten Doctrines'”)
Platonism on Being and Mind
Dialectic from Platonism to Idealism
Justice from Plato to Rawls
Nature and Knowledge from Cusanus to Kant
Ancient Greek for Students of Philosophy
Principles of Metaphysics (graduate)