The summer meeting of the Yorkshire Ancient Philosophy Network (CHiPhi) will be in Sheffield (the first time for this group!) on Friday 6th May, 2016.
Details and programme are below.
We will meet for opening tea and coffee in Room B23 in the Department of Philosophy, 45 Victoria Street, Sheffield S3 7QB
The morning Reading Group and the afternoon papers will take place in Room 127, The Information Commons, University of Sheffield. This is a very short walk from the Philosophy Department
10.00-12.00 Reading Group Aristotle Rhetoric 2.1-2
Information Commons Room 127
12.00-1.00 Lunch (provided)
Department of Philosophy Room B23
1.00-2.15 “Two Types of Aristotelian Capacity: On/Off and More/Less”: Steve Makin (Sheffield)
2.15-3.30 “A Cautionary Note on the Unity of aretê in Plato’s Protagoras”: Sebastiano Molinelli (PhD Durham)
3.45-5.00 “Socrates Framed: Visualizing the Journeys of Life and Afterlife in Plato’s Phaedo”: Liz Pender (Leeds)
There will be arrangements made for dinner from 6.30 onwards at a restaurant close to the centre of town and convenient for those who need to catch trains at the end of the day. Details will be finalised on the day, when it becomes clearer how many would like to come to an evening dinner.
Tel 0114 222 0573 (direct line), 0114 222 0570 (departmental office)