01 September 2007

Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, 2007-8

The program for the year, fyi. Lectures are Thursday nights at 7:30 pm.

Oct 25 at Dartmouth College
David Charles (Oxford), “How Aristotle Avoided the Mind/Body Problem”
Victor Caston (Michigan) commenting

Nov. 8 at Boston College
Alvaro Vallejo (Granada), “The Ontology of False Pleasures in the Philebus
Rachel Singpurwalla (CHS) commenting

Nov. 15 at Holy Cross College
Daniel Russell (Wichita State), “Is Virtue Sufficient for Eudamonia?”
Timothy Roche (Memphis State) commenting

Nov. 29, at Brown University
Rachana Kamtekar (Arizona), “The Power of Plato’s Tripartite Psychology”
Martha Nussbaum (Chicago) commenting

Dec. 6, at Clark University
Priscilla Sakezles (Akron), “On the Aristotelian Origins of Stoic Determinism”
Joel Martinez (Lewis and Clark) commenting

Feb. 28, at Boston Univeristy
Helen Lang (Villanova), “Body and the Science of Nature in Aristotle”
Silvia Carli (Xavier) commenting

Mar. 27, at Boston College
Harvey Yunis (Rice), “Dialectic and the Purpose of Rhetoric in Plato’s Phaedrus
Adam Beresford (U Mass, Boston) commenting]

April 10, at Brown University
Heike Sefrin-Weis (S. Carolina), "Pros Hen and the Foundations of Aristotelian Metaphysics"
commentator TBA


Ασμοδαίος said...

Congratulations for your blog! Is there any chance that we could enjoy a podcast containing the lectures mentioned?