Heidegger and the Greeks

September 6, 2022
School of Philosophy, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne campus

Daniel Mannix Building, Level 7, Rm. 403.7.02
17-27 Young Street
Melbourne 3065

This will be an accessible event, including organized related activities


Monash University
Stonehill College
Australian Catholic University
University of Tasmania
Université Paris-Sorbonne
University of Wollongong


Université Paris-Sorbonne

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Workshop: “Heidegger and the Greeks”

6 September, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm AEST

Hybrid format:

  • In-person location: Australian Catholic University, Melbourne campus, Daniel Mannix Building, Level 7 (403.7.02), 17-29 Young Street Fitzroy.

Light catering provided.

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  • Participation via Videolink: Those unable to attend in person are invited to join remotely.

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9.00-9.30 am     Coffee 

9.30-10.30 (AEST) - Richard Capobianco (Stonehill College, MA).  “Heidegger on Heraclitus and the Later Thinking of Being”

10.45-11.45 (AEST) - Marilyn Stendera (Deakin).  “Order, Motion, Eternity: Heidegger on Ancient Greek Models of Time”

11.45-12.45 pm (AEST) - Andrew Benjamin (Monash).  “What and Where is Human Dasein: Heidegger and Heraclitus DK119”

1.30-2.30  (AEST) - Jeff Malpas (UTas).  “Heidegger and Char: Parmenides, Place and the Other Beginning”

2.30-3.30 (AEST) - Richard Colledge (ACU).  “Being as archē and apeiron: Heidegger’s Anaximander Retrieval”

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September 5, 2022, 3:00pm +10:00

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