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FORDHAM UNIVERSITY

Presents
An International Conference on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, 2004
An international gathering of scholars presenting work on the ancient and medieval traditions of philosophy from Greece and Rome, the Middle East, Europe, India, and Asia
Incorporating the 22nd annual meetings of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP), the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS), and the annual meetings of other scholarly societies such as the Association of Chinese Philosophers in America (ACPA)


Fordham University – Lincoln Center Campus
113 West 60th Street, at the corner of Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 10023

FRIDAY OCTOBER 22, 2004

REGISTRATION: 4-7:00 p.m. in the Lobby Atrium (at the 60th St. and Columbus Ave. entrance)

CONFERENCE BANQUET: 5:30-7:00 in the 12th Floor Lounge


1. Friday evening 7:00 p.m.

PLENARY PANEL I: GREEK PHILOSOPHY (sponsored by SAGP) (12th Floor Lounge)

INTRODUCTIONS

Parviz Morewedge, Conference Coordinator, Fordham University and Rutgers University

Joseph Koterski, S.J., Chair, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University

PANEL

Panel Chair: Daryl M. Tress, Conference Coordinator, Fordham University

John Anton, University of South Florida, Tampa, “Paideia-Politike: Globalizing the Polis”

Gary Gurtler, S.J., Boston College, Fordham University (Fall 2004), “Plotinus on the Soul's Omnipresence in Body (in VI 4[22])”

Richard Sorabji, Oxford University, CUNY Graduate Center (Fall 2004), “Aristotle’s Commentators and the Transmission of Greek Philosophy to Islam”
SATURDAY OCTOBER 23

2. Saturday 9-11:00 a.m.


2.a. The Ancient Quarrel: Poetry and Philosophy I                                         (Room 502)

Chair: Bernard Freydberg, Slippery Rock University

Eric Sanday, Vanderbilt University, “Poetic Misspeak: Heraclitus and the Discipline of Reading”

Michael Naas, De Paul University, “Rave: Plato on Ecstasy and the Power of Poetry”

John Kress, St. John’s College, Annapolis, “Not in their Right Minds: Plato vs. the Poets”


2.b. Philosophy in the Hippocratic Medical Texts                                          (Room 504)

Chair: Daryl M. Tress, Fordham University

George Boger, Canisius College, “The Protagorean Epistemology of Some Early Hippocratic

Treatises”

Joel E. Mann, University of Texas, Austin, “Sophists Without Borders: The Philosophical Significance

of the pseudo-Hippocratic Peri Technes

John Sisko, College of New Jersey, “Cognitive Circuitry in Plato’s Timaeus and the Pseudo-Hippocratic

De Victu

2.c. Socrates I                                                                                                  (Room 506)

Chair: Francisco Gonzalez, Skidmore College

Gaelle Jeanmart, Universite de Liege (Belgique), “Socrates and the Courage of Truth”

Francisco Gonzalez, Skidmore College, “Socrates’ Impious Piety in Plato’s Apology

Ryan Drake, Pennsylvania State University, “Promethean Limits: Another Look at the Socratic

Calculation of Pleasures”


2.d. Plato: Ontology and Methodology                                                           (Room 508)

Chair: TBA

David Wolfsdorf, Temple University, “The Relation of Forms and their Participants in Hippias Major

301b2 ff.”

Miriam Byrd, Western Michigan University, “The Ontology of the Soul: Plato’s Use of Hypothesis in the

Phaedo

Gary Scott, Loyola College in Maryland, “Plato’s Multifarious Devices”


2.e. Virtue in Aristotle                                                                                     (Room 510)

Chair: Hope May, Central Michigan University

Gerol Petruzella, University at Buffalo, “Eudaimonia and Makaria: On the Role of External Goods in

Aristotle’s Conception of the Virtuous Life”

Roopen Majithia, Mount Allison University, “Love and Virtue in Aristotle’s Ethics”

Hope May, Central Michigan University, “Emotional Intelligence, Character Education, and the

Nicomachean Ethics


2.f. Averroes, Aquinas, and Avicenna                                                              (Room 513)

Organized by Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University: the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and

Science

Chair: Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University

Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University, “Averroes on Agent Intellect as ‘ultimately form for us’”

Francisco Romero, Marquette University, “Averroes’ Retrograde Correction of Avicenna’s Doctrine of

Intentionality”

Max Herrera, Marquette University, “Avicenna and the Thomistic Doctrine of Intelligible Species”

2.g. Chinese Philosophy I                                                                                (Room 515)

Organized by the Association of Chinese Philosophers in America

Chair: Yihong Liu, Harvard-Yenching Institute and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Yihong Liu, Harvard-Yenching Institute and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing), “Comparative

Study between Islamic Philosophy and Chinese Traditional Thought”

Xiuping Hong, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Nanjing University (China, Nanjing), “The tripartite historical

study of Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism”

Guoxiang Peng, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, “Study on Chinese

Philosophy of the 17th and 18th century”

Xianghui Liu, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences “The Philosophical

Perspective on Political Science Study”

Thierry Meynand, Fordham University, “Confucianism and Chinese philosophy study”



3. Saturday 11:15-1:15 p.m.


3.a. The Ancient Quarrel, Poetry and Philosophy II                                       (Room 502)

Chair, Bernard Freydberg, Slippery Rock University

Sara Brill, Fairfield University, “Tragedy, Tyranny and the Corruption of the Decent”

David Roochnik, Boston University, “Stories in Plato’s Republic

P. Christopher Smith, University. of Massachusetts, Lowell, “Reflections on Pindar’s Epainos and

Archilochus’ Psogos in Plato’s Symposium


3.b. Plato: Phaedrus and Theaetetus                                                               (Room 504)

Chair: Andrea Tschemplik, American University

Geoffrey Batchelder, Catholic University, “Moral Ascent in Socrates’ Phaedran Palinode”

Aron Reppmann, Trinity Christian College, “The Character of Phaedrus and the Unity of the Phaedrus

Andrea Tschemplik, American University, “Is Theaetetus Beautiful?”


3.c. Aristotle’s Politics                                                                                     (Room 506)

Chair: John Mulhern, University of Pennsylvania

John Mulhern, University of Pennsylvania, “The Ariste Politeia and Aristotle’s Intended Audience”

Elizabeth Donaghue, University  of Colorado, Boulder, “Aristotle’s ‘Political Animals’ and Perfectionism”

Thanassis Samaras, George Washington University., “Aristotle’s Politics: The City of Book Seven and the

Question of Ideology”



3.d. Aristotle on Thought                                                                                (Room 508)

Chair: Thom Olshewsky, University of Kentucky

Paul Schollmeier, University of Nevada Las Vegas, “Aristotelian Theoretical Wisdom”

J. Noel Hubler, Lebanon Valley Community College, “Self-awareness in Aristotle and his Commentators”

Dana Miller, Fordham University, “Aristotle on Why Rhetorical Enthymemes are Effective”

Mark Shiffman, Villanova, “Shaping the Language of Wonder: Aristotle’s Transformation of the

Meanings of Thaumazein



3.e. Stoicism I                                                                                                  (Room 510)

Chair: Deborah Modrak, University of Rochester

Glenn Lesses, College of Charleston, “The Reception of Stoic Psychology in Middle Platonism”

Deborah Modrak, University of Rochester, “The Stoics on Intentionality”

Gregory Recco, Skidmore College, “Stoics on Logic as a Therapy”


3.f. Neoplatonism and God                                                                             (Room 513)

Chair: Diane Williamson, Vanderbilt University

Sarah Klitenic Wear, Trinity College Dublin, “The Place of Zacharias of Gaza’s de Opificio Mundi in the Platonic Tradition”

Tim Mahoney, Providence College, “Plotinus’ Analysis of Platonic Assimilation to God”

Diane Williamson, Vanderbilt University, “Is the One a Transcendental Principle? (Plotinus)”


3.g. Islamic Philosophy                                                                                   (Room 515)

Organized by the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science

Chair:  Shalahudin Kafrawi,  Moravian College

John Wallach, Hunter College, “Platonic Laws, Kadi-Justice, and the Rule of Law”

Shalahudin Kafrawi, Moravian College, “Fakhr ad-Razi and ibn Sina on Necessary Existent”

Parviz Morewedge, Rutgers University and Fordham University, “Phenomenology of Praxis in Tusi’s Reading of ibn Sina’s Cosmogony”

Muhammad Firdaus, U. of Jakarta and Ministry of Religious Affairs, Indonesia, “Transnational Perspectives of Person in Islamic Political Philosophy”


3.h.  Studies in Indic Philosophy                                                                     (Room 518)

Chair:  TBA

Nandlal Jotwani, Global Harmony (New Delhi, India), “The Relevance of Indic Concept of ‘vasudhaiv kutumbakam’ for Promotion of Culture of Peace and Global Citizenship”

Deepa Majumdar, Purdue University North Central, “The Ontological Stature of Nature and the Universe in Hindu Cosmology”


3.i. Chinese Philosophy II                                                                               (Room 523)

Chair: Yihong Liu Harvard University and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Yihong Liu Harvard University and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, “Development of

Islamic Philosophy in China”

Yong Huang, Kutztown University, “Comparative Cosmogony: Daoism and Whitehead’s Theory of

Process”

Richard Stichler, Alvernia College, “Chinese and Western Ethical Theories”

Hyun Hochsmann, New Jersey City University, “New Perspective on the Ontology of Daoism”

Peimin Ni, Grand Valley State College, TBA

Aphrodite Alexandrakis, Barry University, “The Role of Music and Dance in Ancient Greek and

Chinese Rituals: Form vs. Content”



LUNCH 1:15-2:30 p.m. (“Box-style” lunch is included in the registration fee;  individual lunch                                                      tickets are $5.00, for sale at the Registration desk.)


4.  Saturday 2:30-4:20 p.m.


4.a. Plato: Euthyphro, Meno and the Republic (Room 502)

Chair: Gene Fendt, University of Nebraska

Jason Giannetti, Framingham State College, “The Piety of Plato’s Euthyphro

Lee Franklin, University at Albany, “Recollection and Dialectic in the Meno

Mostafa Younesie, Tarbiat Modares University, “The Problem of Gender in the Meno

Gene Fendt, University of Nebraska, “Socrates’ Best Kind of City is not Built in the Republic



4.b. Plato: Poetry, Myth and Gender                                                               (Room 504)

Chair: Martha Beck, Lyon College

Martha Beck, Lyon College, “Plato on Homer in the Republic

Max Latona, Saint Anselm College, “Competing Myths of the Afterlife: Plato and the Poets”

Chad Trainer, Phoenixville PA, “Treasons to Truth: The Myths of Plato”

Catherine McKeen, College at Brockport, “Women, Occupational Specialization and Social Justice in

Plato’s Republic


4.c. Aristotle’s Logic and Metaphysics                                                                        (Room 506)

Chair: Mary Mulhern, Brookside Institute

Keith McPartland, College at Brockport, “Aristotle’s Conception of the pros ti

Anna Zhyrkov, Tel Aviv University, “The Categorical Status of Differentiae”

Evan Keeling, University of Virginia, “Unity in Aristotle’s Metaphysics H.6”


4.d. Aristotle’s Ethics and Politics                   (Room 508)

Chair: Gary Scott, Loyola College in Maryland

Geert Van Cleemput, University of Antwerp, “Aristotle on the Philosophical and Political Life”

Thornton C. Lockwood, Assumption College, “Political Justice and Ethical Justice (EN V.6-11)”

Christopher C. Kirby and Philip S. Bishop, University of South Florida, “Eudaimonia and Growth:

Human Flourishing in Aristotle and Dewey”


4.e. Stoicism II                                                                                                            (Room 510)

Chair: TBA

Mark A. Holowchak, Kutztown University., “Carrying One’s Goods from City to City: Seneca on

Friendship, Self-Sufficiency, and Disdain of Fortune”

Hal Thorsrud, New Mexico State University, “Cicero’s Modification to Stoic Psychotherapy in the

Tusculan Disputations

Amber Carpenter, Franklin & Marshall College, “Cicero De Officiis

Chris Gowans, Fordham University, “Stoic Spiritual Exercises and the Buddhist Path”


4.f. Neoplatonism and the Soul                                                                       (Room 513)

Chair: TBA

Jean-Marc Narbonne, Université de Laval, “The Descent of the Individual Soul: Plotinus vs. Proclus”

Deepa Majumdar, Purdue University North Central, “The Role of Intellect in Plotinus’ Mysticism”

John Hendrix, Roger Williams University, “The Intellectual Principle of Plotinus and Hegelian Self-

Consciousness”


4.g.  St. Thomas Aquinas                                                                                 (Room 515)

Medieval Christian session organized by Joseph Koterski, S.J., Fordham University

Chair:  TBA

Christopher Martin, University of St. Thomas, “Aristotle and Aquinas on Teleological Arguments”

William Murnion, Philosophy Works, “Aquinas’ Theory of Love”

Martin J. Henn, University of St. Mary in Leavenworth Kansas, “The Genesis of Thomistic Dialectic in the

Middle Periods”


4.h. Islamic-Western Perspectives on Theory and Practice                              (Room 518)

Organized by the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science

Chair:  Laury Silvers, Skidmore College

Peter S. Groff, Bucknell University, “Leaving the Garden: Al-Razi and Nietzsche as Wayward Epicureans”

Laury Silvers, Skidmore College, “Abu Bakr al-Wasiti on Theory and Praxis”


5. Saturday 4:30-6:30 p.m.

PLENARY SESSION II – Global  Philosophical Traditions: “The Concept of the Self”

Chair: Tony Preus, Binghamton University

Speaker: Richard Sorabji, Oxford University and CUNY Graduate Center (Fall ’04)




SUNDAY OCTOBER 24


6. Sunday 9-11:00 a.m.


6.a. Logos and Mythos: Philosophy and Greek Literature                              (Room 502)

Chair: William Wians, Merrimack College

Mitch Miller, Vassar College, “Arriving at esti: Ambiguities in Parmenides’ Poem”

Rose Cherubin, George Mason University, “Metaphysics and Ethics of Order in the Eumenides

William Wians, Merrimack College, “Tragic Knowledge in the Agamemnon


6.b. Plato: Diotima, Eryximachus, Thrasymachus                                           (Room 504)

Chair: Glenn Rawson, Brown University

Sara Anne Brill, Fairfield University, “Eryximachus Revisited: Medical Moderation in Plato’s Symposium

Glenn Rawson, Brown University, “Aristophanes and Diotima on Fulfilling Innate Desires in Plato’s

Symposium

Daniel Moseley, University of Virginia, “Thrasymachean Ethics”


6.c. Pathways of the Soul: Problems in Aristotle’s Ethics                               (Room 506)

Chair:  TBA

Benjamin Grazzini, New School University, Aisthesis, Logos, Nous: Toward an Aristotelian Conception

of Experience”

Russel Winslow, New School University, “On the Nature of Logos in Aristotle”

Matthew S. Linck, New School University, “Arche Anthropos


6.d. Platonic Dialogue                                                                                     (Room 508)

Chair: TBA

Elizabeth Hoppe, Lewis University, “The Critias: All’s Well That Ends Well”

Anne-Marie Bowery, Baylor University, “Who Listens to Socrates? The Role and

Function of Socrates’ Narrative Audiences”

William Welton, Loyola College in Maryland, “Thrasymachus vs. Socrates on the Problem of What

Counts as a Good Answer (Rep. 336B-339B)”


6.e. Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy                                                           (Room 510)

Organizer:  Raziel Abelson, New York University (Emerita)

James Blumenthal, Oregon State University, “What Santaraksita Really Said”

Marie Friquegnon, William Paterson University, “The TATTVASIDDI Seen in the Light of the MADHYAMAKALAMKARA”

Pete Mandik, William Paterson University, “Santaraksita and Modern Theories of Perception”

Linda Patrik, Union College, “Gendered Virtues in Tibetan Buddhism”

Rajam Raghunathan, McGill University, “Reflections on Nagarjuna”



7.  Sunday 11:15-1:15 a.m.


7.a. Socrates II                                                                                                            (Room 502)

Chair: Marina McCoy, Boston College

Carrie-Ann Khan, John Jay College, “Socrates an Exemplar Model of Education”

Marina McCoy, Boston College, “Performative Aspects of Socratic Questioning”

William Evans, St. Peter’s College, “Is the ‘Socratic Internet’ an Oxymoron?”


7.b. Plato’s Republic: The Best City?                                                              (Room 504)

Chair: John Partridge, Wheaton College

Rachel Singpurwalla, Southern Illinois University, “Goodness and Unity in Plato’s Republic

Mark Moes, Grand Valley State University, “Rules, Virtues, and the Common Good in

Republic 423d-427a”


7.c. Comparative Studies                                             (Room 508)

Chair: TBA

Lenore Wright, Baylor University, “Plato’s Socrates and Soseki’s Sensei: Living the Sovereign Life”

Timothy Bridgman, Trinity College Dublin, “Heraclides Ponticus and the Hyperboreans”


7.d. Major Figures and Reasoning in Islamic Philosophy                                (Room 510)

Organized by the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS)

Chair: Shalahudin Kafrawi, Moravian Brothers College

Allan Bäck, Kutztown University, Islamic Supposition Theory”

Fouad Kalouche, Albright College, “Ibn Khaldun’s Philosophy of Culture: Assabiyeh

as the Engine of History”

Mehmet Karabela, McGill University, “Peripheralization through Historical Periodization: The             Debate over the Decline of Islamic Theology”

Qadi Azizy, University of Jakarta and Ministry of Religious Affairs, Indonesia, “Philosophical Issues in Islamic Legal Reasoning”


7e. Medieval Christian Philosophy                                                                  (Room 513)

Chair: Mariele Nientied, Johns Hopkins University

William Cornwell, United States Military Academy, “Some Problems with Peter Abelard’s Moral

Theory”

Martin Laramee, Univ. de Sherbrooke, Quebec, “Meister Eckhart on Modern and Contemporary

Philosophy”

Mariele Nientied, Johns Hopkins University, “Names of God and Their Theoretical Implications”


7.f Studies in Platonic Dialogues                                                                     (Room 515)

Chair: Clinton Corcoran, High Point University

Clinton Corcoran, High Point University,  “Dramatic Reversals in Plato”

Joseph A. Novak, University of Waterloo, “The Meno, Recollection, and the Role of Hypothesis in          Plato”

Christos Evangeliou, Towson University, “Socratic Erotic Athletics”

Sean Kirkland, Depaul University, “Logos as Gift of the Gods: A Reading of the Cratylus



Mission


The aim of this conference and the only official position that it supports is that of providing an open forum for furthering research and collaboration among scholars in the study of ancient and medieval philosophy worldwide. All scholars regardless of their religious orientation, national origin, gender, political or methodological orientations are invited to submit abstracts to participate in this meeting.  The content of papers represent the views of the presenter, and not necessarily those of the members of the program committee or affiliated institutions. No specific political, religious, philosophical, or methodological statement is recognized as the official position or result of this conference.


Registration


The registration fee is $50 for all participants which includes dinner at the banquet on Friday night, a light lunch on Saturday, and the Conference program and Abstracts booklet. Please mail your registration fee in advance to: “Global Scholarly Publications, 220 Madison Avenue, Suite 11G, New York, NY 10016.; make the check to “Global Scholarly Publications.” Meals and programs may be purchased separately. Members of academic institutions are invited to attend panels on Saturday and Sunday without charge.


Program Committees and General Contact Information


Greek: Anthony Preus, Binghamton University ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ); Medieval Christian: Joseph Koterski, S.J., Fordham University ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it );  Indic: Neal Delmonico, SSIPS ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ); Chinese: Li He, Philosophy Institute, CASS, People’s Republic of China) and Yihong Liu, Harvard University and Philosophy Institute, CASS, People’s Republic of Chhina ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ); Roman Philosophy:  Anthony Preus ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ), Tibetan Buddhist: Marie Friquegnon, William Paterson University ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ). Islamic Philosophy: Parviz Morewedge (Fordham University and Rutgers University) ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it );  other philosophical areas:  contact Daryl M. Tress ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) for distribution to the proper section organizer.  For more information about the Conference contact:   Anthony Preus Binghamton University     ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ;  Parviz Morewedge (Fordham and Rutgers University ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or  Daryl Tress ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).



Lodging and Travel


Hotel reservations can be made on-line through hotels.com or orbitz.com.  For travel directions to the Fordham Lincoln Center Campus, go to the Fordham University home page and click on “Visitors” and then “Directions.”

CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS

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Raziel Abelson, New York University

Sun. 6f. Chair, “Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy”, with Patrik, Raghunathan, Friquegnon, Blumenthal, Mandik

Aphrodite Alexandrakis, Barry University, “The Role of Music and Dance in Ancient Greek and Chinese Rituals: Form vs. Content”

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Sat. 3i, with Liu (chair), Huang, Stichler, Hochsmann, Ni

John Anton, University of South Florida, Tampa, “Paideia-Politike: Globalizing the Polis”

Friday: Plenary Panel I

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Qadi Azizy, U. of Jakarta and Ministry of Religious Affairs, Indonesia, “Philosophical Issues in Islamic Legal Reasoning”

Sun. 7d, with Kafrawi (chair), Bäck, Kalouche, Karabela

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Allan Bäck, Kutztown University, “Islamic Supposition Theory”

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Sun. 7d, with Kafrawi (chair), Kalouche, Karabela, Azizy

Geoffrey Batchelder, Catholic University, “Moral Ascent in Socrates’ Phaedran Palinode”

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Sat. 3b, with Chair TBA, Reppman, Tschemplik

Martha Beck, Lyon College, “Plato on Homer in the Republic

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Sat. 4b, chair, with Latona, Trainer, McKeen

Christopher C. Kirby and Philip S. Bishop, University of South Florida, “Eudaimonia and Growth: Human Flourishing in Aristotle and Dewey”

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Sat. 4d, with Scott (chair), Van Cleemput, Lockwood

James Blumenthal, Oregon State University, “What Santaraksita really said”

Sun. 6f, with Abelson (chair), Friquegnon, Mandik, Patrik, Raghunathan

George Boger, Canisius College, “The Protagorean epistemology of some early Hippocratic treatises”

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Sat. 2b, with Chair TBA, Mann, Sisko

Anne-Marie Bowery, Baylor University, “Who is Listens to Socrates?  Examining the role and function of Socrates’ narrative audiences.”

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Sun. 6d, with Chair TBA, Hoppe, Welton

Timothy Bridgman, Trinity College Dublin, “Heraclides Ponticus and the Hyperboreans”

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Sun. 7c, with Chair TBA, Wright

Sara Anne Brill, Fairfield University

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“Tragedy, Tyranny and the Corruption of the Decent”

Sat. 3a, with Freydberg (Chair), Roochnik, Smith

“Eryximachus Revisited: Medical Moderation in Plato’s Symposium

Sun. 6b, with Chair TBA, Rawson, Moseley

Miriam Byrd, Western Michigan University, “The Ontology of the Soul:  Plato's Use of Hypothesis in the Phaedo

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Sat. 2d, with Chair TBA, Wolfsdorf, Scott

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Amber Danielle Carpenter, Franklin & Marshall College, “Cicero De Officiis

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Sat. 4e, with Chair TBA, Holowchak, Thorsrud

Rose Cherubin, George Mason University, “Metaphysics and Ethics of Order in the Eumenides

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Sun. 6a, with Wians (chair), Miller

Clinton D. Corcoran, High Point University NC, “Dramatic Reversals in Plato”

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Sun. 7gf with Chair TBA, Novak, Evangeliou, Kirkland

William Cornwell, United States Military Academy, “Some Problems With Peter Abelard’s Moral Theory”

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Sun. 7e, with Chair TBA, Laramee, Nientied

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Elizabeth Donoghue-Armstrong, University of Colorado, Boulder, “Aristotle’s ‘Political Animals’ and Perfectionism”

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Sat. 3c, with Mulhern (chair), Samaras

Ryan Drake, Pennsylvania State University, “Promethean Limits: Another Look at the Socratic Calculation of Pleasures”

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Sat. 2c, with Chair TBA, Jeanmart, Gonzalez

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Christos Evangeliou, Townson University, “Socratic Erotic Athletics”

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Sun. 7f, with Chair TBA, Corcoran, Novak, Kirkland

William Evans, St. Peter’s College, “Is the ‘Socratic Internet’ an Oxymoron?”

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Sun. 7a, with chair TBA, Khan, McCoy

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Gene Fendt, University of Nebraska Kearney, “Socrates' Best Kind of City is not Built in Plato’s Republic

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Sat. 4a, with Chair TBA, Giannetti, Franklin, Younesie

Muhammad Firdaus, U. of Jakarta and Ministry of Religious Affairs, Indonesia, “Transnational Perspectives of Person in Islamic Political Philosophy”

Sat. 3g, with Kafrawi (chair), Wallach, Morewedge

Lee Franklin, University at Albany, “Recollection and Dialectic in the Meno


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Sat. 4a, with Chair TBA, Giannetti, Younesie, Fendt

Bernard Freydberg, Slippery Rock University

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Sat. 2a, Chair:  “The Ancient Quarrel: Philosophy and Poetry I”, with Sanday, Naas, Kress

Sat. 3a, Chair:  “The Ancient Quarrel: Philosophy and Poetry II”, with Brill, Roochnik, Smith

Marie Friquegnon, William Paterson University, “Santaraksita's TATTVASIDDI Seen in the Light of the MADHYAMAKALAMKARA”

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Sun. 6f, with Abelson (chair), Patrik, Raghunathan, Blumenthal, Mandik

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Jason Giannetti, Framingham State College, “The Piety of Plato’s Euthyphro”

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Sat. 4a, with Chair TBA, Fendt, Franklin, Younesie

Francisco J. Gonzalez, Skidmore College, “Socrates’ Impious Piety in Plato’s Apology

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Sat. 2c, with Chair TBA, Jeanmart, Drake

Christopher W. Gowans, Fordham University, “Stoic Spiritual Exercises and the Buddhist Path”

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Sat. 4e with Chair TBA, Holowchak, Thorsrud, Carpenter

Benjamin Grazzini, New School for Social Research, Aisthesis, Logos, Nous: Toward an Aristotelian Conception of Experience”

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Sun. 6c, with Chair TBA, Winslow, Linck

Peter S. Groff, Bucknell U., “Leaving The Garden: Al-Razi and Nietzsche as Wayward Epicureans”

Sat. 4h, with Chair TBA, Silvers

Gary Gurtler, S.J., Boston College, Fordham University (Fall 2004), “Plotinus on the Soul's Omnipresence in Body (in VI 4[22])”

Friday: Plenary Panel I

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John Hendrix, Roger Williams University, “The Intellectual Principle of Plotinus and Hegelian Self-Consciousness”

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Sat. 4f, with Chair TBA, Narbonne, Majumdar

Martin J. Henn, University of St. Mary, Leavenworth, “The Genesis of Thomistic Dialectic in the Middle Periods”

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Sat. 4g, with Martin, Murnion

Max Herrera, Marquette University, “Avicenna and the Thomistic Doctrine of Intelligible Species”

Sat. 2f, with Taylor (chair) and Romero

Hyun Hochsmann, New Jersey City University

Sat. 3i, with Liu (Chair), with Huang, Stichler, Ni, Alexandrakis

M. Andrew Holowchak, Kutztown University, “Carrying one’s Goods from City to City: Seneca on Friendship, Self-Sufficiency, & the Disdain of Fortune”

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Sat. 4e, with Chair TBA, Thorsrud, Carpenter
 
Xiuping Hong, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Nanjing University (China, Nanjing), “The tripartite historical study of Buddhism, Daoism and Confucianism” 
Sat. 2g, with Liu (Chair), Peng, Liu, Meynand

Elizabeth A. Hoppe, Lewis University, “The Critias: All’s Well that Ends Well”

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Sun. 6d, with Chair TBA, Bowery, Welton

Yong Huang, Kutztown University

Sat. 3i, Liu (Chair), with Stichler, Hochsmann, Ni, Alexandrakis

J. Noel Hubler, Lebanon Valley College, “The Perils of Self-Perception:  Explanations of self-awareness among the Greek Commentaries on Aristotle.”

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Sat. 3d, with Olshewsky (chair), Schollmeier, Miller, Shiffman

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Gaëlle Jeanmart, Université de Liège, “Socrates and the Courage of Truth”

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Sat. 2c, with Chair TBA, Gonzalez, Drake

Nandlal Jotwani, Global Harmony, “Relevance Of Ancient Indic Philosophy Of ‘vasudhaiv kutumbakam’ For Promotion Of Culture Of Peace And Global Citizenship”

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Sat. 3h, with Chair TBA, Majumdar

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Shalhudin Kafrawi, Moravian Brothers College, “Fakhr ad-Razi and ibn Sina on Necessary Existent”

Sat. 3g, chair, with Wallach, Morewedge, Firdaus

Sun 7d, chair

Fouad Kalouche, Albright College, “Ibn Khaldun’s Philosophy of Culture: Assabiyah as the Engine of History”

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Sun. 7d, with Kafrawi (chair), Bäck, Karabela, Azizy

Mehmet Karabela, McGill University, “Peripheralization through Historical Periodization: The Debate over the Decline of Islamic Theology”

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Sun. 7d, with Kafrawi (chair), Bäck, Kalouche, Azizy

Evan Keeling, University of Virginia, “Unity in Aristotle's Metaphysics H.6”

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Sat. 4c, with Mulhern (chair), McPartland, Zhyrkov

Carrie-Ann Khan, John Jay College, “Socrates: An Exemplar Model of Education”

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Sun. 7a, with Chair TBA, McCoy, Evans

Sean D. Kirkland, DePaul University, Logos as Gift of the Gods: A Reading of the Cratylus”

Sun. 7f, with Chair TBA, Corcoran, Novak, Evangeliou

Joseph Koterski, S.J., Fordham University

Session Organizer: Medieval Philosophy

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John Kress, St. John’s College, Annapolis, “Not in Their Right Minds: Socrates vs. the Poets”

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Sat. 2a, with Freydberg (chair), Sanday, Naas

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Martin Laramee, Université de Sherbrooke, Quebec, “Meister Eckhart on Modern and Contemporary Philosophy”

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Sun. 7e, with Chair TBA, Cornwell, Nientied

Max J. Latona, Saint Anselm College, “Competing Myths of the Afterlife: Plato and the Poets”

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Sat. 4b, with Beck (chair), Trainer, McKeen

Glenn Lesses, College of Charleston, “The Reception of Stoic Psychology in Middle Platonism”

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Sat. 3e, with chair TBA, Modrak, Recco

Matthew S. Linck, New School for Social Research, Archê Anthropos

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Sun. 6c, with Chair TBA, Grazzini, Winslow

Xianghui Liu, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences “The Philosophical Perspective on Political Science Study”

Sat. 2g, with Liu (chair), Hong, Peng, Meynand

Yihong Liu, Harvard University and Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, “Comparative Study between Islamic Philosophy and Chinese Traditional Thought”

Sat. 2g, chair, with Hong, Peng, Liu, Meynand

Sat. 3i, chair, with Huang, Stichler, Hochsmann, Ni, Alexandrakis

Thornton C. Lockwood, Assumption College, “Political Justice and Ethical Justice (Nicomachean Ethics V.6-11)”

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Sat. 4d, with Scott (chair), Van Cleemput, Kirby and Bishop

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Timothy A. Mahoney, Providence College, “Plotinus’ Analysis of Platonic Assimilation to God”

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Sat. 3f, with Chair TBA, Klitenic Wear, Williamson

Roopen Majithia, Mount Allison University, “Love and Virtue in Aristotle's Ethics”

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Sat. 2e, with Chair TBA, Petruzella, May

Deepa Majumdar, Purdue University North Central

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“The Ontological Stature of Nature and the Universe in Hindu Cosmology”

Sat. 3h, with Chair TBA, Jotwani

“The Role of Intellect in Plotinus’ Mysticism”

Sat. 4f, with Chair TBA, Narbonne, Hendrix

Pete Mandik, William Paterson University, “Santaraksita and Modern Theories of Perception”

Sun. 6f, with Abelson (chair), Blumenthal, Friquegnon, Mandik, Patrik, Raghunathan

Joel E. Mann, University of Texas at Austin, “Sophists Without Borders: The Philosophical Significance of the pseudo-Hippocratic Peri technês

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Sat. 2b, with Chair TBA, Boger, Sisko

SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1Christopher Martin, Center for Thomistic Studies, University of St Thomas, “Aristotle and Aquinas on Teleological Arguments”

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Sat. 4g, with Chair TBA, Murnion, Henn

Hope E. May, Central Michigan University, “Emotional Intelligence, Character Education and the Nicomachean Ethics:  An Examination of the Differences Between Aristotle’s Ethical Theory and Contemporary Approaches to Character Education.”


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Sat. 2e, with Chair TBA, Petruzella, Majithia

Marina McCoy, Boston College, “Performative Aspects of Socratic Questioning”


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Sun. 7a, with chair TBA, Khan, Evans

Catherine McKeen, SUNY College at Brockport, “Women, Occupational Specialization and Social Justice in Plato’s Republic


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Sat. 4b, with Beck (chair), Latona, Trainer

Keith McPartland, SUNY College at Brockport, “Aristotle’s conception of the pros ti.”

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Sat. 4c, with Mulhern (chair), Zhyrkov, Keeling

Thierry Meynand, Fordham University, “Confucianism and Chinese philosophy study”

Sat. 2g, with Liu (chair), Hong, Peng, Liu

Dana Miller, Fordham University,  “Aristotle on why rhetorical enthymemes are effective”

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Sat. 3d, with Olshewsky (chair), Schollmeier, Hubler, Shiffman

Mitchell Miller, Vassar College, “Arriving  at  esti:  Ambiguities in Parmenides'  Proem”

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Sun. 6a, with Wians (chair), Cherubin

Deborah Modrak, University of Rochester, “The Stoics on Intentionality”

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Sat. 3e, with Chair TBA, Lesses, Recco

Mark Moes, Grand Valley State University, “Rules, Virtues, and the Common Good in Republic 423d-427a”


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Sun. 7b, with Partridge (chair), Singpurwalla

Parviz Morewedge, Conference Coordinator, Fordham University and Rutgers University, “Phenomenology of Praxis in Tusi’s Reading of ibn Sina’s Cosmogony”

Sat. 3g, with Kafrawi (chair), Wallach, Firdaus

Daniel Moseley, University of Virginia, “Thrasymachean Ethics”

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Sun. 6b, with Chair TBA, Brill, Rawson

John J. Mulhern, University of Pennsylvania, “The Ariste Politeia and Aristotle’s Intended Audience”

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Sat. 3c, chair, with Donoghue, Samaras

Mary Mulhern, Brookside Institute

Sat. 4c, chair, “Aristotle’s Logic and Metaphysics,” with  McPartland, Zhyrkov, Keeling

William E. Murnion, PhilosophyWorks, “Aquinas’s Theory of Love”

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Sat. 4g, with Martin, Henn

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Michael Naas, DePaul University, “Rave:  Plato on Ecstasy and the Power of Poetry”

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Sat. 2a, with Freydberg (chair), Sanday, Kress

Jean-Marc Narbonne, University of Laval, “The Descent of the Individual Soul: Plotinus vs. Proclus”

Sat. 4f, with Chair TBA, Majumdar, Hendrix

Peimin Ni, Grand Valley State College

Sat. 3i, with Liu (Chair), with Huang, Stichler, Hochsmann, Alexandrakis

Mariele Nientied, Johns Hopkins University, “Names of God and Their Theoretical Implications”

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Sun. 7e, with Chair TBA, Cornwell, Laramee

Joseph A. Novak, University of Waterloo, “The Meno, Recollection and the Role of Hypothesis in         Plato”

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Sun. 7f, with Chair TBA, Corcoran, Evangeliou, Kirkland

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Thom Olshewsky, University of Kentucky

Sat. 3d, chair, with Schollmeier, Hubler, Miller, Shiffman

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John Partridge, Wheaton College

Sun. 7b, chair “Plato’s Republic: The Best City?”, with Singpurwalla, Moes

Linda Patrik, Union College, TBA

Sun. 6f, with Abelson (chair), Blumenthal, Mandik, Raghunathan, Friquegnon

Guoxiang Peng, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, “Study on Chinese Philosophy of the 17th and 18th century”

Sat. 2g, with Liu (chair), Hong, Liu, Meynand

Gerol C. Petruzella, State University of New York at Buffalo, Eudaimonia and Makaria: On the Role of External Goods in Aristotle’s Conception of the Virtuous Life”

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Sat. 2e, with Chair TBA, Majithia, May

Anthony Preus, Secretary, SAGP, Binghamton University

Chair, Saturday Plenary Panel II, “The Concept of the Self,” with Sorabji

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Rajam Raghunathan, McGill University, “Reflections on Nagarjuna”

Sun. 6f, with Abelson (chair), Blumenthal, Mandik, Patrik, Friquegnon

Glenn Rawson, Brown University, “Aristophanes and Diotima on Fulfilling Innate Desires in Plato’s Symposium

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Sun. 6b, with Chair TBA, Brill, Moseley
 

Gregory Recco, Skidmore College, “Stoics on Logic as a Therapy”

Sat. 3e, with Chair TBA, Lesses, Modrak

Aron Reppmann, Trinity Christian College, “The character of Phaedrus and the unity of the Phaedrus

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Sat. 3b, with Chair TBA, Batchelder, Tschemplik

Francisco Romero, Marquette University, “Averroes’ Retrograde Correction of Avicenna’s Doctrine of Intentionality”

Sat. 2f, with Taylor (chair) and Herrera

David Roochnik, Boston University, “The Role of Stories in Plato’s Republic

Sat. 3a, with Freydberg (chair), Brill, Smith

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Thanassis Samaras, George Washington University, “Aristotle’s Politics: The City of Book Seven and the Question of Ideology”


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Sat. 3c, with Mulhern (chair), Donoghue

Eric Sanday, Vanderbilt University, “Poetic Misspeak: Heraclitus and the Discipline of Reading”

Sat. 2a, with Freydberg (chair), Naas, Kress

Paul Schollmeier, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, “Aristotelian Theoretical Wisdom”

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Sat. 3d, with Olshewsky (chair), Hubler, Miller, Shiffman

Gary Alan Scott, Loyola College in Maryland

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“Plato's Multifarious Devices”

Sat. 2d, with Chair TBA, Wolfsdorf, Byrd

Sat. 4d, chair “Aristotle and the Aristotelian Tradition, Ethics and Politics,” with Van Cleemput, Lockwood, Kirby and Bishop

Mark Shiffman, Villanova University, “Shaping the Language of Wonder: Aristotle's Transformations of the Meanings of Thaumazein

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Sat. 3d, with Olshewsky (chair), Schollmeier, Hubler, Miller

Laury Silvers, Skidmore College, “Abu Bakr al-Wasiti on Theory and Praxis”

Sat. 4h, with Groff

Rachel Singpurwalla, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, “Goodness and Unity in Plato’s Republic


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Sun. 7b, with Partridge (chair),  Moes

John E. Sisko, The College of New Jersey, “Cognitive Circuitry in Plato’s Timaeus and the Pseudo-Hippocratic De Victu


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Sat. 2b, with Chair TBA, Boger, Mann

P. Christopher Smith, University of Massachusetts Lowell, “Plato’s Pindar, Plato’s Archilochos: The Symposium’s “Songs” of Praise and Scorn, Ainos and Psogos”

Sat. 3a, with Freydberg (chair), Brill, Roochnik

Richard Sorabji, Oxford University, CUNY Graduate Center (Fall 2004), “Aristotle’s Commentators and the Transmission of Greek Philosophy to Islam”

Friday: Plenary Panel I

Saturday: Plenary Panel II: “The Concept of the Self”, with Preus (chair)

Richard Stichler, Alvernia College

Sat. 3i, with Liu (Chair), with Huang, Hochsmann, Ni, Alexandrakis

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Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University, “Averroes on Agent Intellect as ‘ultimately form for us’”

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Sat. 2f, Organizer and Chair, with Romero, Herrera

Hal Thorsrud, New Mexico State University, “Cicero's Modification to Stoic Psychotherapy in the Tusculan Disputations”

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Sat. 4e, with Chair TBA, Holowchak, Carpenter

Chad Trainer, Phoenixville PA, “Treasons to Truth: The Myths of Plato”

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Sat. 4b with Beck (chair), Latona, McKeen


Daryl Tress, Conference Coordinator, Fordham University

Friday: Plenary Panel I Chair


SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1Andrea Tschemplik, American University, “Is Theaetetus Beautiful?”

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Sat. 3b, with Chair TBA, Batchelder, Reppman


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Geert Van Cleemput, University of Antwerp, “Aristotle on the Philosophical and the Political Life”

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Sat. 4d, with Scott (chair), Lockwood, Kirby and Bishop


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John R. Wallach, Hunter College & The Graduate Center, CUNY, “Platonic Laws, “Kadi-Justice,” and the Contemporary Rule of Law”

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Sat. 3g, with Kafrawi (chair), Morewedge, Firdaus


Sarah Klitenic Wear, Trinity College, Dublin, “The Place of Zacharias of Gaza’s de Opificio Mundi in the Platonic Tradition”

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Sat. 3f, with Chair TBA, Mahoney, Williamson

William Welton, Loyola College in Maryland, “Thrasymachus vs. Socrates on the Problem of What Counts as a Good Answer (Rep. 336B-339B)”

Sun. 6d, with Chair TBA, Hoppe, Bowery


William Wians, Merrimack College, “Tragic Knowledge in the Agamemnon

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Sun. 6a, chair, with Miller, Cherubin


Diane Williamson, Vanderbilt University, “Is the One a transcendental principle?”

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Sat. 3f, with Chair TBA, Klitenic Wear, Mahoney


Russell Winslow, New School for Social Research, “On the Nature of Logos in Aristotle”

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Sun. 6c, with Chair TBA, Grazzini, Linck

David Wolfsdorf, Temple University, “The Relation of Forms and their Participants in Hippias Major 301b2 ff.”

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Sat. 2d, with Chair TBA, Byrd, Scott


J. Lenore Wright, Baylor University, “Plato’s Socrates and Soseki’s Sensei: Living the Sovereign Life”

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Sun. 7c, with Chair TBA, Bridgman


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Mostafa Younesie, Tarbiat Modares University, “The Problem of Gender in the Meno

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Sat. 4a, with Chair TBA, Giannetti, Franklin, Fendt


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