Author archive

Congratulations to Marion Durand!

by Mark Gatten .

Congratulations to Dr. Marion Durand for the successful defense (June 2018) of her PhD thesis, “Language and Reality: Stoic Semantics Reconstructed”, in the classics department. The members of her committee were Brad Inwood (supervisor), James Allen, Rachel Barney, and Gurpreet Rattan. Marion is currently a lecturer in the classics department at the University of Toronto. See her website for more information on her current research and teaching: https://marionodurand.wixsite.com/info

Congratulations to Bryan Reece!

by Mark Gatten .

Congratulations to recent CPAMP graduate, Bryan Reece, who will begin a one year fellowship at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington D.C. this fall. During his fellowship, he will be  working on a monograph called Aristotle on Happiness, Virtue, and Wisdom. Be sure also to keep an eye out for his many forthcoming publications:  ‘Are There Really Two Kinds of Happiness in Aristotle’s Ethics?’, forthcoming in Classical Philology,  ‘Aristotle’s Four Causes of Action’, forthcoming in Australasian Journal of Philosophy, and ‘Out of Thin Air? Diogenes of Apollonia on Causal Explanation’, to be published in an edited volume entitled Heat, Pneuma, and Soul in Ancient Philosophy and Science: From the Presocratics to Aristotle, by Cambridge University Press.

Annual Toronto Workshop in Ancient Philosophy March 30th-31st

by Mark Gatten .

This is the tenth Annual Toronto Workshop in Ancient Philosophy (ATWAP). The theme for this year’s workshop is ‘New Approaches to the Presocratics’.  All sessions will be held in Room 100, Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St. George St. Toronto. For more details, see the ATWAP page or the Events page.

A New Translation of the Enneads by Plotinus, edited by Prof. Lloyd Gerson

by Mark Gatten .

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.

Congratulations to Jacob Stump!

by Mark Gatten .

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/

Sidney Robinson Prize in Ancient Philosophy Winners

by Mark Gatten .

Congratulations to the two winners of the first annual Sidney Robinson Essay Prize in Ancient Philosophy: Bryan Reece, for ‘Aristotle’s Four Causes of Action’, and Matthieu Remacle, for ’The Stoics on Cases’!