Paris - Lille - Cambridge. Séminaire doctoral en philosophie antique

PARIS – LILLE – CAMBRIDGE

GRADUATE RESEARCH WORKSHOP IN ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY

 

Friday 19 October

 Room G.21, Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick Avenue

 

3.00-4.15, first session: Hector Martin Currius (Centre Léon Robin), Echein in Aristotle's Categories

 

4.15-4.45, coffee/tea break


4.45-6.00, second session: Solveig Gold (Cambridge), Cynicism, Rehearsed: A Look at Improvisation and Rehearsal in The Life of Diogenes


TBD: dinner at Efes

 

 

Saturday 20 October

 Room G.21, Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick Avenue

 

10.00-11.15, third session: Christian Keime (Cambridge), Heraclitus more medico: Eryximachus' discussion of fr. 22B51 DK in Plato's Symposium (187a3-c2)

 

11.15-11.45, coffee/tea break

 

11.45-1.00, fourth session: Anthony Bonnemaison (ENS), How to react to sophistic discourse? The self-refutation of Protagoras at Theaet. 170a-171d

 

TBD: catered lunch

 

Room G.21, Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick Avenue

 

4.00-5.15, fifth session: Rodolphe Le Penru (Lille), Seneca, Letters 20, 2-8: can coherence define the wise life?

 

5.15-5.45, coffee/tea break

 

5.45–7, sixth session: Timothée Gautier (Paris 1): « Aristotle and the problem of political innovation : education, habits and time »

 

 TBD: evening drinks/food

 

Participants from France:

Faculty:

Thomas Bénatouïl (Lille)

Jean-Baptiste Gourinat (Centre Léon Robin)

Pierre-Marie Morel (Paris I)

Dimitri El Murr (ENS Paris)

 

Students:

Mariane Farias de Oliveira (Lille)

Timothée Gautier (Paris I)

Yuyao Li (Paris I)

Hector Martin Currius (Centre Léon Robin)

Andreea Maria Lemnaru (Centre Léon Robin)

Marion Pollaert (ENS Paris)

Anthony Bonnemaison (ENS Paris)

Rodolphe Le Penru (Lille)

Nicolas Le Merrer

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