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Posidonius (Mayweek seminar 2013)

27-31 May 2013 

Room 1.11, Faculty of Classics

 

Monday 27th

1.     10.30-12.30, Myrto Hatzimichali: life and work  

2.     4.00-6.00, Alex Long: Plato and Aristotle

Tuesday 28th              

3.     10.30-12.30, Jim Hankinson: psychology                                           

4.     4.00-6.00, Robert Wardy: ethics

Wednesday 29th                                            

5.     10.30-12.30, Reviel Netz: sciences                                         

6.     4.00-6.00, David Sedley: criterion of truth                            

Thursday 30th< /sup>

7.     10.30-12.30, Victor Caston: metaphysics                                          

8.     4.00-6.00, James Warren: cosmology

Friday 31st

9.     10.30-12.30, Nick Denyer: aetiology                                      

10.  4.00-6.00, Stephen White: ‘Middle Stoicism’                          

EVENING: PARTY (WITH FOOD)    

 

ATTENDANCE

The seminar is open to everyone who is willing to attend a substantial number of the sessions during the week. However, anyone from outside Cambridge wishing to participate should first check with David Sedley (dns1@cam.ac.uk), in case of pressure on numbers.

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