quinta-feira, 8 de março de 2012

Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy

31st March-1st April 2012
Philosophy, University of Glasgow

Bridie Library, Glasgow University Union, 32 University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8LX. G

Saturday March 31st

2-4 Peter Adamson (KCL): "Relativizing Aristotle's Physics: al-Razi on
Place and Time"

4-4.30 Tea

4.30-6.30 Dorothea Frede (Hamburg): "The determinacy of human nature in
the Nicomachean Ethics."

Dinner 7.15pm (Wudon, Great Western Road)

Sunday April 1st

9-11 Sir Geoffrey Lloyd (Cambridge): "Phusis in the Hippocratic Corpus."

11-11.30 Elevenses

11.30-12.30 Graduate paper: Yumi Suzuki (Durham) “Gorgias’ ‘On Nature’:
You can also argue the opposite.”

12.30-1.30 Lunch (own arrangements)

1.30-3.30 George Boys-Stones (Durham): “‘The Second God is Also a Third
One’: Numenius on the Soul.”

3.30-4.30 Graduate paper: Mark Wildish (Durham) “Sextus on nature, second
nature, and subsistent nature.”

Registration £10. PGs free.
PG student bursaries are available.

If you are coming, it would be a great help if you could let the organiser
know; also if you would like to have dinner on Saturday evening.

R.A.H.King, Philosophy, 69 Oakfield Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ.


The meeting has received financial support from the Society for the
Promotion of Hellenic Studies, the Mind Association, the Aristotelian
Society, the Scots Philosophical Association, the School of Humanities,

Also of interest to ancient philosophers in the vicinity: On Friday, March
30, 2012, at 5:30 p.m. (doors open at 5 p.m.) in Edinburgh 17th A.E.
Taylor Lecture in Ancient Philosophy

'Moral Conscience: Ancient Origins of the Idea and Its Historical
Professor Richard Sorabji, (King’s College London and Wolfson College,

Location: Reception Room, The McEwan Hall, Teviot Place (Doorway 2)
(http://www.ed.ac.uk/maps/buildings/mcewan-hall: note the entrance is
Doorway 2, located in the quad - roughly from the leftmost facet on the
map; the same venue as in previous years).

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