Events

Previous speakers include: Michael J. B. Allen, William Altman, Julia Annas, Elizabeth Asmis, Beatrice Bakhouche, Rachel Barney, Werner Beierwaltes, George Boys-Stones, Luc Brisson, Ada Bronowski, Eric Brown, Myles Burnyeat, Thomas Bénatouïl, Victor Caston, Christina D'Ancona, Diego DeBrasi, Giulia De Cesaris, Pierre Destrée, John Dillon, Paul Dutton, Dimitri El Murr, Mary-Louise Gill, Jean-Baptiste Gourinat, Margaret Graver, Jonathan Greig, Jim Hankinson, Christina Hoenig, Christoph Horn, Katerina Ierodakonou, Brad Inwood, Rachana Kamtekar, George Karamanolis, Jacob Klein, David Konstan, André Laks, Robert Lamberton, Hannah Laurens, Carlos Lévy, Alex Long, John Magee, Sara Magrin, Patricia Marechal. Rares Marinescu, Rhonda Martens, Glenn Most, Mitchell Miller, Hindy Najman, Dmitri Nikulin, Jan Opsomer, Fabio Pagani, Michael Papazian, Ilaria Ramelli, CDC Reeve, Johannes Rensinghoff, Christopher Rowe, David Runia, David Sedley, Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, Richard Sorabji, Stasinas Stavrianeas, Wiebke-Marie Stock, Angela Ulacco, Christian Vassallo, Katja Vogt, Heinrich von Staden, Sharon Weisser, James Wilberding.

 

Spring 2024

Christoph Horn (Bonn University), "Plato's Psychology: The Inner and the Outer Man in Republic 9," Tuesday, February 25, 5:15 - 6:30 pm, 214 O'Shaughnessy Hall.

Christa Lundberg (University of Cambridge), "Metaphysics at Collège de Cardinal Lemoine c. 1500: pious philosophy for beginning and postgraduate students," Tuesday, March 19, 5-15-6:30 pm, 214 O'Shaughnessy Hall.

Máté Veres (University of Geneva), History of Philosophy Works-in-Progress Luncheon: "The Psychology of Expertise in Early Stoicism," Wednesday, April 10, 12:30-13:30 pm, Maritain Library, 437 Geddes Hall (in collaboration with the History of Philosophy Forum).

 


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