Centre for the History of Philosophy (CHiPhi): Workshop on Ancient Philosophy, organised by the Yorkshire Ancient Philosophy Network, a research group within CHiPhi.
University of York.
Derwent College, D112 in the morning, Heslington Hall, HG21 in the afternoon.
Directions: Take the No. 4 bus from the railway station to the end of the line to find Derwent and Heslington Hall, which are adjacent to each other.
10.30-1.00: Reading Group
Republic II.376d-III.402d. (led by: Malcolm Heath; translation: Grube/Reeve, publ. Hackett)
Own arrangements. Sandwiches available to buy in Derwent building.
2.00-3.15: Amber Carpenter (York)
“Judging Strives to be Knowing (Republic V)”
3.45-4.45: Sarah Hegenbart (Leeds)
“Beauty as target for the cultivation of the virtues in Plato’s Phaedrus”
4.45-6.15: George Boys-Stones (Durham)
“How Does the Stoic God Think?”
venue: tba, York city centre, close to station.
If you are planning to attend the day and/or the dinner, please contact Amber Carpenter (email@example.com) as soon as possible to help planning.