The spring meeting of the Yorkshire Ancient Philosophy Network, within the Centre for the History of Philosophy, will be in Leeds, on Friday 24th March, 2017, at the Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied (IDEA) Centre, 17 Blenheim Terrace, University of Leeds. Details of the event are as follows. Continue reading
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The Autumn meeting of the Yorkshire Ancient Philosophy Network, within the Centre for the History of Philosophy, will be in Hull, on Friday 25th November, 2016. Details of reading group, papers and venue are below. Continue reading
The YAPN (CHiPHi) Meeting Dates and Venues for 2016-17 are as follows:
- 25th November, 2016. Hull. (contact: Antony Hatzistavrou)
- 24th March, 2017. Leeds. (contact: Jamie Dow)
- 9th June, 2017. Sheffield. (contact: Steve Makin)
Further details about each of these will be available on the website, via our email distribution list (contact Jamie Dow if you wish to be added), and usually on Philos-L and Classicists lists.
They will follow our usual format of a morning reading group (~9.30/10am-12.30pm), followed by an afternoon set of 2 or 3 papers, usually pre-read (~1.30-4.30/5pm). We usually go out for a drink and/or dinner afterwards, for those able to stay.
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. Continue reading
You are warmly invited to a day workshop on “Dialectic in Late Plato”, to be held at the University of Leeds (IDEA Centre), 19th May, 2016, 10am-5pm. Lunch provided.
- Dr Matthew Duncombe (Durham)
- Dr Fiona Leigh (UCL)
- Prof. Vasilis Politis (TCD)
Workshop Theme and Context:
What is dialectic? What is it for? How should it be practised (or exercised)? The workshop poses these questions in relation to Plato’s Republic and post-Republic dialogues. Continue reading
The Spring meeting of the Yorkshire Ancient Philosophy Network, within the Centre for the History of Philosophy, will be in Hull, on Friday 18th March, 2016, at the Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation Oriel Chambers 27 High Street Hull HU1 1NE (University of Hull). Continue reading
ROYAL INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY LECTURE
FRIDAY MARCH 4 AT 15.30
Venue: Tranby Room, Staff House
University of Hull Main Campus
Excessive Altruism: Comte, George Eliot, and the Christians
(Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the University of Oxford)
Queries to Antony Hatzistavrou: A.Hatzistavrou@hull.ac.uk