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
News and Announcements
  • Ancient Philosophy Society Call for Papers 2018

    CALL FOR PAPERS: APS 2018 AT Emory UNIVERSITY Ancient Philosophy Society 18th Annual Independent Meeting Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia April 26-April 29, 2018 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 . . . Read More

  • The Ancient Philosophy Society At SPEP

    The Ancient Philosophy Society will have an upcoming session at the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP) hosted by the University of Memphis at the Sheraton Memphis, Downtown Memphis, TN, on Thursday October 19, 2017. Please do share with your colleagues and students, graduate and undergraduate. Please see below for details or go to: Our invited speakers are Gabriel Richardson Lear,  author of Happy Lives and the Highest Good: An Essay on Aristotle’s “Nicomachean . . . Read More

  • Polis journal Announcement

    Since 1978 Polis: the Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought has published ground-breaking scholarship on classical Greek political thought, its history, and its later reception. The journal’s Editorial Board would like to inform the academic community about some important developments in the structure, coverage and organization of the journal. First, as of 2018, Brill will increase the frequency of Polis from two issues to three issues annually. This will offer authors the opportunity to publish their work in a distinguished journal . . . Read More

  • Epicurus on the Self

    Epicurus on the Self reconstructs a part of Epicurean ethics, which only survives on the fragmentary papyrus rolls excavated from an ancient library in Herculaneum, On Nature XXV. The aim of this book is to contribute to a deeper understanding of Epicurus’ moral psychology, ethics and of its robust epistemological framework and to show how the notion of the self emerges in Epicurus’ struggle to express the individual perspective of oneself in the process of . . . Read More

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