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Ancient Philosophy Seminar

Plato's Lysis, followed by Plato's (or [Plato]'s) Erastai.
When Nov 26, 2015
from 06:05 PM to 08:00 PM
Where 1.11
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The group will meet in the Faculty, in Room 1.11, on Thursdays from 15th October to 3rd December. 

 

Meetings will begin at 5.15 p.m., except on 29 October, 26 November, and 3 December when (to avoid clashes with the Philological Society) they will begin at 6.05 p.m.

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