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Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy 2012

Newnham College, Cambridge

Thursday 13 to Saturday 15 September


PROGRAMME

Thursday 13 September:

4.00     Tea

4.30     Jonathan Barnes, 'Aristotelian proofs'

Dinner

8.30     Rene Brouwer, 'Obedience to the law in the Crito'

Friday 14 September:

9.30     Joachim Aufderheide, 'An inconsistency in Plato's Philebus?'

10.45 Coffee

11.15 Carol Atack, 'Kingship and time in Plato's later political thought'

12.30  Lunch

4.00     Tea

4.30     Anna Marmodoro, 'Qualitative gunk'

Dinner

8.45     Party

Saturday 15 September:

9.30     Victor Caston, 'Aristotle on the unity of psychology'

10.30 Coffee

11.00  Discussion

11.45 Business meeting

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