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Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy 2012

The Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy 2012 Annual Meeting will be taking place from March 31 at 2:00pm until April 1 at 4:30pm at the University of Glasgow.  There is a facebook webpage, where one can gather up-to-date information (and we encourage others to join!).  Here are the details for the meeting.

Glasgow University Union

Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy 2012 Annual Meeting

Where: Bridie Library, Glasgow University Union, 32 University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8LX

When: March 31, 2pm until April 1, 4:30pm

Full Programme

Saturday March 31

2pm-4pm        Peter Adamson (KCL): “Relativizing Aristotle’s Physics: al-Razi on Place and Time”

4pm-4:30pm    Tea

4:30pm-6:30pm:      Dorothea Frede (Hamburg): “The Determinacy of Human Nature in the Nicomachean Ethics

7:15pm:     Dinner at Wudon, Great Western Road

Sunday April 1

9am-11am:     Sir Geoffrey Lloyd (Cambridge): “Phusis in the Hippocratic Corpus”

11am-11:30am:  Elevenses

11:30am-12:30pm:    Graduate Paper: Yumi Suzuki (Durham): “Gorgias’ On Nature: You can Also Argue the Opposite”

12:30pm-1:30pm:    Lunch (own arrangements)

1:30pm-3:30pm:    George Boys-Stones (Durham): “The Second God is Also a Third One: Numenius on the Soul”

3:30pm-4:30pm:    Graduate Paper: Mark Wildish (Durham): “Sextus on Nature, Second Nature, and Subsistent Nature”

Registration is £10.  Please contact Richard King to let him know that you are coming, and whether you would like dinner on Saturday evening.  Postgraduates do not pay the registration fare, and can apply for a travel bursary. Please contact Richard King for more information: Richard.King@glasgow.ac.uk


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