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Welcome to the website of the Collaborative Program in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

Instituted in 1992, the Collaborative Program in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy is an interdepartmental program of doctoral study at the University of Toronto, jointly administered by the Department of Philosophy, the Centre for Medieval Studies, and the Department of Classics. A student in the Collaborative Program is registered in one of these academic units, but may draw upon the resources of any unit. The University of Toronto has a long tradition of excellence in the study of ancient and medieval philosophy, and the Program trains students to carry on the tradition.

Latest News

  • A New Translation of the Enneads by Plotinus, edited by Prof. Lloyd Gerson
  • Professor Gerson, working with a team of scholars, served as editor and contributing translator for the first complete edition of the Enneads in English in over 75 years. The other translators were George Boys-Stones (University of Durham), John Dillon (Trinity College Dublin), R. A. H. King (Universität Bern, Switzerland), Andrew Smith (University College Dublin), and James Wilberding (Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, Germany). The new edition was based on the best available text, the editio minor of Henry and Schwyzer and its corrections. The volume was published by Cambridge University Press in December, 2017.
  • Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of CPAMP with a Series of Talks by Distinguished Visitor, Peter Adamson
  • Dear friends and colleagues, this fall we will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the University of Toronto's Collaborative Program in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (CPAMP) with a series of talks by Prof. Peter Adamson (LMU Munich), October 11th - October 13th. Please see the Events page for more details!
  • Congratulations to Jacob Stump!
  • Congratulations to Dr. Jacob Stump, for the successful defense (June 2017) of his PhD thesis, "Socratic Method and Moral Motivation", in the philosophy department. The members of his committee were Rachel Barney (supervisor), Brad Inwood, James Allen, and Tom Hurka. Jacob is currently a lecturer in the philosophy department at the University of Toronto. See his website for more information on his current teaching and research: http://www.jacobstump.com/