Events 2014-15

Events 2014-2015

Tuesday, September 16
John Dillon (Trinity College Dublin): “The Origins of Platonist Dogmatism”; JHB 100, 3-5pm (This event will be followed by a beginning-of-the-year reception)
 
Friday/Saturday, September 19/20
Thursday, September 25
Jessica Moss (NYU): “Dual Systems in 400 BC: Plato’s Parts of the Soul and Contemporary Psychology”; JHB 100, 3-5pm (This talk is part of the Department of Philosophy’s Colloquium Series)
Thursday, October 9
Alexander Long (University of St. Andrews): “Achieved and Guaranteed Immortality in Plato”; JHB 418, 3-5pm
  
Saturday/Sunday, March 7/8
Sarah Broadie (University of St. Andrews): “Plato and Aristotle on the Theoretical Impulse”; JHB 418, 3-5pm
Wednesday, April 8
Jean de Groot (Catholic University of America): “The Trouble with Weight: Mechanics up to Archimedes”; room 212, Victoria College, 12-1:30pm (This is the annual IHPST-CPAMP Lecture on Ancient and Medieval Science, co-organized by CPAMP and the Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology.)