ATWAP

The 11th Annual Toronto Workshop in Ancient Philosophy

“Aristotle’s Hylomorphism”

ATWAP 2019: Aristotle's Hylomorphism

Friday, March 22 & Saturday March 23, 2019

Speakers:

Commentators:

Schedule

Friday, March 22

 

2:00–2:30  Welcome

2:30–4:00  Mary Louise Gill, “Food and Self-Maintenance in Aristotle’s De Anima II.4″
Comments: Doug Campbell / Chair: David Sedley (Cambridge)

4:30–6:00  Katy Meadows, “Aristotle’s Priorities in the Metaphysics
Comments: Susan Sauvé Meyer / Chair: Mark Johnstone (McMaster)

 

Saturday, March 23

 

10:00–11:30  David Charles, “Enmattered Forms and Efficient Causation”
Comments: Bryan Reece / Chair: Sean Kelsey (Notre Dame)

12:00–1:30  Emily Katz, “Hylomorphism in Mathematical Objects”
Comments: Phil Corkum / Chair: Rachel MacKinnon (Toronto)

3:00–4:30  Marko Malink, “Antisthenes on Definition: Metaphysics H 3″
Comments: Anne Siebels Peterson / Chair: Christopher Noble (Syracuse)

5:00–6:30  Mary Krizan, “The structure of Aristotle’s material elements”
Comments: Jacob Rosen / Chair: Devin Henry (Western)

 

Conference organizers: Jessica Gelber & Christian Pfeiffer.

Participation in the conference is free, but preregistration is required: to register, please contact Willie Costello at willie.costello@mail.utoronto.ca.