The 2018 Cambridge Graduate Conference in Ancient Philosophy: Law and Order in Ancient Philosophy -
Law and order were among the central questions debated in Antiquity, permeating nearly all branches of ancient philosophy from metaphysics, natural philosophy, and cosmology to ethics, political theory, and aesthetics. This topic is open to a large number of approaches and can be related to various disciplines in the humanities, such as ancient history, literature, and legal theory – for which reason we hope to welcome students and junior academics throughout the humanities, thus creating an interdisciplinary dialogue across various fields in the study of classical antiquity and beyond.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge (Cambridge, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: The 2018 CGCAP organizing committee
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Saturday 17th March, Room G. 21
09:30-10:00 Registration, Tea and Coffee
10:00-11:30 Prof Malcolm Schofield (St John’s College, University of Cambridge): TBA
11:30-11:45 Tea Break
11:45-12:45 Alesia Preite (University of Oxford): ‘Recognizing the Order of Reality Through Names.’ – Respondent: Alessio Santoro (Clare Hall, Cambridge).
12:45-13:45 Lunch (provided)
13:45-14:45 Michael Lessman (Ludwig-Maximillian Universität, München): ‘The Gods of the Golden Cord: Reason and Persuasion in Plato's Laws and Alfarabi's Summary.’ – Respondent: Solveig Gold (King’s College, Cambridge).
14:45-15:45 Giulio Di Basilio (University College Dublin): ‘Well-Ordered Soul and the Purpose of Ethical Lectures in Aristotle's Eudemian Ethics.’ – Respondent: Stephan Stephanides (Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge).
15:45-16:00 Tea Break
16:00-17:30 Prof Maria Michela Sassi (Università di Pisa): TBA.
Sunday 18th March, Room G. 21
09:30-11:00 Dr Dhananjay Jagannathan (Columbia University): ‘Every Man a Legislator: Aristotle on Political Wisdom and the Science of Laws.’
11:00-11:15 Tea Break
11:15-12:15 Ian Campbell (Princeton University/Humboldt Universität zu Berlin): ‘The Sophistic Background to the Aristotelian Principle of Noncontradiction.’ – Respondent: George Medvedev (St Catherine’s College, Cambridge).
12:15-13:15 Lunch (provided)
13:15-14:15 Edoardo Toffoletto (EHESS/CNRS): ‘Ethos, Polis and Civitas. The Musical Structure of Utopia in Plato's Political Realism.’ – Respondent: Rasmus Sevelsted (Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge).
14:15-15:15 Alexander Stöpfgeshoff (Uppsala University): ‘Cicero on Nature and Teleology.’ – Respondent: Maeve Lentricchia (Murray Edwards College, Cambridge).