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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  • The Ancient Philosophy Society at SPEP 2016

    This year, the Ancient Philosophy Society is proud to be hosting two distinguished speakers at our satellite meeting in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy in Salt Lake City on Thursday, October 20th from 9:00am to 12:00pm at the Hilton Salt Lake in the Topaz Room. David Halperin W. H. Auden Distinguished University Professor of the History and Theory of Sexuality University of Michigan “Love Against Sex” Professor Halperin is . . . Read More

  • APS Poster_Detailed_V2 Call For Papers: APS 2017 at Baylor University

    CALL FOR PAPERS Ancient Philosophy Society 17th Annual Independent Meeting Baylor University, Waco, Texas April 27- April 29, 2017 Honoring the richness of the American and European philosophical traditions, the Ancient Philosophy Society encourages submissions from a variety of interpretive perspectives. Phenomenological, postmodern, Anglo-American, Straussian, Tübingen School, hermeneutic, psychoanalytic, queer, feminist, and any other interpretations of ancient Greek and Roman philosophical and literary works are welcome. Please submit papers by e-mail attachment to Deadline: . . . Read More

  • 1443000 An Aristotelian Feminism

    This book articulates the theoretical outlines of a feminism developed from Aristotle’s metaphysics, making a new contribution to feminist theory. Readers will discover why Aristotle was not a feminist and how he might have become one, had he been truer to his best insights.

  • 0379802_sophistes_300 Sophistes Plato’s Dialogue and Heidegger’s Lectures in Marburg (1924-25)

    Heidegger’s philosophy has an extraordinarily complex relationship to Plato. Heidegger sees Plato as the founder of that Western metaphysics which he claims should be overcome. However, his interpretation of Plato, upon which his reconstruction of the history of philosophy rests, is anything but incontestable from a philological point of view, and has generated much criticism. This criticism, however, has been hampered by the fact that the only example in Heidegger’s work of a detailed analysis . . . Read More

  • SA_42 Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, I. New Commentaries on Liber de causis (ca. 1250-1350); II. New Commentaries on Liber de causis and Elementatio theologica (ca.1350-1500)

    One of the most important texts in the history of medieval philosophy, the Book of Causes was composed in Baghdad in the 9th century mainly from the Arabic translations of Proclus’ Elements of Theology. In the 12th century, it was translated from Arabic into Latin, but its importance in the Latin tradition was not properly studied until now, because only 6 commentaries on it were known. Our exceptional discovery of over 70 unpublished Latin commentaries . . . Read More

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