NYU Ancient Philosophy Workshop w/Iakovos Vasiliou May 15-16

NYU Ancient Philosophy Workshop w/Iakovos Vasiliou May 15-16

NYU Workshop in Ancient Philosophy
NYU Department of Philosophy, 5 Washington Place, Room 202
May 15-16, 2015

Friday, May 15
10:00–11:30 Wolfgang Mann (Columbia): “Gorgias and the Weakness of logos”
11:45–1:15 Jessica Moss (NYU): “Being and Truth in Plato’s Theaetetus”
1:15–3:00 Lunch
3:00–4:30 Whitney Schwab (UMBC): “Understanding Episteme in Plato’s Republic”
4:45–6:15 Sarah Broadie (St Andrews/NYU): “The Transcendent Good in Plato’s Republic”
7:00 Conference Dinner

Saturday, May 16
10:00–11:30 Marko Malink (NYU): “Aristotle on Principles as Elements”
11:45–1:15 Simona Aimar (Oxford/Columbia): “Necessity and Efficient Causation in Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics”
1:15–3:00 Lunch
3:00–4:30 Iakovos Vasiliou (CUNY): “Aristotle and the Varieties of Eudaimonism”
4:45–6:15 Hendrik Lorenz (Princeton): “Character-virtue as a Non-rational State in Aristotle’s Eudemian Ethics”

Sponsored by the New York Institute of Philosophy.
For any questions, please contact Marko Malink (mm7761@nyu.edu).

Image: Sophie Shapiro