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The B Club

Meetings take place on Mondays in Room 1.11 of the Faculty of Classics unless otherwise stated. The meeting starts at 5 p.m. Tea is served from 4.30 p.m. All welcome.

16 October

Dr Ursula Coope, ‘Proclus on responsibility, self-movement and inquiry’

6 November

Professor Rae Langton, ‘Aristotle’s soul: musical, magical, or mathematical?’

13 November

Professor Brennan McDavid, 'Meddling in the work of another'
Senior Research Seminar: Plato’s Sophist

 

Thursday Seminar

Seminars will be at 17:15 every Thursday throughout Michaelmas and Lent in room 1.11. The Meetings will begin at 18:05 when the Philological Society Meets.

  • 12 October
  • 19 October
  • 26 October
  • 2 November
  • 9 November
  • 16 November
  • 23 November
  • 30 November

Everyone interested in the Sophist is welcome. Although this is the 'senior research seminar', the B Caucus positively encourages young people, people from other caucuses and indeed philosophical people with no affiliation with the B Caucus to attend.

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