Last chance to sign up for the Southern Association of Ancient Philosophy 2012 Meeting at Newnham College, Cambridge, 13-15 September.
The 2012 annual meeting of the Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy will be held in Newnham College, Cambridge on Thursday 13 to Saturday 15 September. Anyone interested in the proceedings will be most welcome to participate.
Thursday 13 September:
4.30 Jonathan Barnes, ‘Aristotelian proofs’
8.30 Rene Brouwer, ‘Obedience to the law in the Crito’
Friday 14 September:
9.30 Joachim Aufderheide, ‘An inconsistency in Plato’s Philebus?’
11.15 Carol Atack, ‘Kingship and time in Plato’s later political thought’
4.30 Anna Marmodoro, ‘Qualitative gunk’
8.30 Party: at which thanks to the generosity of Cambridge University Press
the publication of Myles Burnyeat’s collected papers, Explorations in
Ancient and Modern Philosophy, will be celebrated.
Saturday 15 September:
9.30 Victor Caston, ‘Aristotle on the unity of psychology’
11.45 Business meeting
Inclusive package (dinner, bed and breakfast, with conference fee): £170.
Dinner Thursday: £30.
Dinner Friday: £30.
Bed & breakfast: £50
Conference fee (payable by all participants): £10.
CHARGES ARE PAYABLE AT THE MEETING (THE ORGANISERS REGRET THAT THESE REMAIN
PAYABLE ON THE PART OF ANY PARTICIPANT NOT GIVING NOTICE OF CANCELLATION BY
FRIDAY 7 SEPTEMBER AT LATEST).
Further details (including paper abstracts) will be circulated in early
Bookings by 31 August, please: contact Malcolm Schofield, email@example.com