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Here is a friendly reminder that the APS will be meeting at SPEP in Rochester, NY on Thursday from 9am to noon, November 1st at the Hyatt Regency in Rochester, NY.
Because our ability to continue hosting a satellite program at SPEP every year depends upon the number of people who come to the APS at SPEP session, it is critical that as many of our members and friends of the APS attend the Thursday session.
The Ancient Philosophy Society meeting will be held in the Highland room, Section J.
Our speakers this year will be:
- “The Life and the Name: On Plato’s Timaeus”
- “Recovering Socrates’ Love of the World”
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Here is a friendly reminder that the APS will be meeting at SPEP in Philadelphia on Wednesday from 3pm to 6pm, October 19th at the Sheraton Society Hill.
Because our ability to continue hosting a satellite program at SPEP every year depends upon the number of people who come to the APS at SPEP session, it is critical that as many of our members and friends of the APS attend the Wednesday session.
This year SPEP celebrates its 50th anniversary in Philadelphia and the conference will begin on Wednesday, October 19th rather than on its usual Thursday in order to accommodate an extended program.
Speakers this year will be:
Charles Dana Professor of Philosophy at Colby College
“Eros and Nostos in the Phaedo”
Professor of Philosophy at Villanova University
“Pathos and Logos: The Place of Virtue and Affect in Aristotle’s Ontology of Human Being”
We at the Ancient Philosophy Society are very excited to have two excellent speakers joining us the annual SPEP meeting being held this year in Montreal.
Francisco Gonzalez of the University of Ottawa will be presenting “What’s in a Moment? Time for Aristotle (and Heidegger)” and Marguerite Deslauriers of McGill University will be speaking on “Sexual Difference and Divine Being in Plato’s Statesman and Symposium.”
Please join us on Thursday morning, 9am to noon, November 4th, 2010 in Maisonneve D at the Marriott Château Champlain Hotel.
Also, don’t forget, the deadline for the Call for Papers for the 2011 APS Conference at Sundance in April is November 15, 2010.
We are happy to announce that the panel for the annual meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society at the Society for Phenomenology and Existentialist Philosophy has been set.
We are honored to have two excellent speakers on a panel chaired by one of our co-directors, Matty Woodruff, Middlebury College.
- Dennis Schmidt, The Pennsylvania State University, “Telling the Truth: Homer, Plato and Heidegger”
- Rose Cherubin, George Mason University, “Parmenides: Another Way”
The panel will be held on:
- Thursday, October 29, 2009, 9am to noon, at the Marriott Key Bridge Hotel in Arlington, VA.
We hope as many of you as possible can attend. We look forward to another excellent session at SPEP this year.
We are very pleased to announce that the annual session of the Ancient Philosophy Society at the Society for Phenomenology and Existentialist Philosophy will be held this year on Thursday, October 16th from 9am to noon at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. Our speakers this year will be:
- John McCumber, University of California at Los Angeles
“Infinite Life vs. fundamentum Inconcussum: Ennead III.7 (“On Time and Eternity”)
- Arlene Saxonhouse, University of Michigan
“Socrates and Tyranny”
If you will attend SPEP this year or live in the area, please plan to attend this session. The discussion is always lively and insightful.
The full SPEP program is available here.