The 2011 Meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society
The 2010 Meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society
Sallis Asks a Question of Gary Gurtler
Preparing the Session on Pity
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  • 2015 Meeting in Lexington, KY, April 9-12

    The University of Kentucky and Transylvania University are looking forward to hosting the 2015 meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society.

    Meetings will be held at the Carnegie Center and the Hilton Hotel in downtown Lexington. For more information please see the Call for Papers or contact Eric Sanday (

  • Call for Papers: 2015 Ancient Philosophy Society in Lexington, Kentucky

    The fifteenth annual meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society will be held April 9-12, 2015 at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. Papers in English on any topic in Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy are welcome. There is a 3,000 word maximum for submissions, which should be prepared for blind review. Before submitting your paper by email, please see the full guidelines for submissions to the 15th annual conference in April 2015. Submit papers by . . . Read More

  • HOPS CFP CFP: First Annual Conference of the History of Philosophy Society

    The History of Philosophy Society is accepting full paper submissions for our first annual conference. Papers should address the theme of “Method,” which can be taken in terms of the method(s) of particular philosophers, a philosopher’s philosophy of method, or in terms of how one “does” the history of philosophy. The Papers should be submitted for blind review (with author’s name on a separate title page). Papers should be no more than 40 minutes reading . . . Read More

  • Journey-cover The Journey Back to Where You Are: Homer’s Odyssey as Spiritual Quest

    The Journey Back to Where You Are attempts to reclaim the place of Homer’s Odyssey as an allegory for the spiritual quest–a journey from strife and division back to love and unity. Drawing on the works of ancient scholarship, but written in accessible language, it describes the journey we must all make to return from our own internal warlike Troy back to our own “native land.” The volume contains the complete translation of the Odyssey . . . Read More

  • Posthuman Antiquities

    Posthuman Antiquities November 14-14, New York, New York Hemmerdinger Hall, The Silver Center for Arts & Sciences New York University What can an inquiry into antiquity offer posthumanist thinking on the body, on nature and its relationship with technology, and on the fundamental interrelatedness of the physical, the biological, the psychical, the social and the artifactual? Greek and Roman literary, philosophical, and medical texts are resplendent with sites in which “materiality” and “embodiment” (in . . . Read More

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