Workshop in Ancient Philosophy

The Workshop in Ancient Philosophy is a series devoted to disuccusing work in progress by speakers within and outside Oxford pertaining to the field. Members of the faculty, students, and visitors welcome. For details, please contact the convenors. If you would like to join the speaker for dinner after the talk, please email the chair by midday on the preceding Tuesday. 

Seminars ordinarily take place on Thursdays 4.30-6.30pm in the Ryle Room at the Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Rd. 

Persons interested in the Workshop in Ancient Philosophy may also be interested in the 10th John Ackrill Lecture, taking place on the 24th April (Week 1).

Workshop in Ancient Philosophy Convenors: Prof Ursula Coope, Dr Karen Margrethe Nielsen, and Dr Luca Castagnoli

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Hilary Term 2018 — Term Card

Week 1 (18th January)

Bradford Kim (St Cross College)

"Aristotle on Loving Other Selves"

Week 2 (25th January) Urusla Coope (Keble College) "Free to think?"
Week 3 (1st February) No Seminar  
Week 4 (8th February) Phillip Horky (Durham) "Xenophanes of Colophon on Truth and Prediction"
Week 5 (15th February) Ana-Laura Edelhof (Hamburg) "Aristotle on Ontological Priority in the Categories"

Week 6 (22nd February)

Tamer Nawar (Groningen)

"Reivising the Arguments between Socrates and Thrasymachus in Republic I"

Week 7 (1st March) Francesca Masi (Venezia)  "The distinction betweeen chance and luck: Aristotle Physics II 6"

Week 8 (8th March)

10th John Ackrill Memorial Lecture

(In place of an eighth meeting of the WIAP)


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