Socrates: A Conference in Honor of Nicholas D. Smith

October 17, 2014 - October 19, 2014
Department of Philosophy, Department of Classical Studies, Lewis & Clark College

Friday: Albany 218; Friday Reception: Armstrong Lounge, Manor House; Saturday and Sunday: J.R. Howard Hall 202
615 SW Palatine Hill Road
Portland 97219-7899
United States

All speakers:

Emily Austin
Wake Forest University
Hugh H. Benson
University of Oklahoma
David Ebrey
Northwestern University
Russell Jones
Harvard University
Keith McPartland
Williams College
William J. Prior
Santa Clara University
Naomi Reshotko
University of Denver
George Rudebusch
Northern Arizona University


Rebecca Copenhaver
Lewis & Clark College
Joel Martinez
Lewis & Clark College

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This conference is free and open to the public, though we ask that you register.

On Friday, October 17th there will be a reception in honor of Nicholas D. Smith in the Armstrong Lounge in the Manor House at Lewis & Clark College.

Emily Austin
Wake Forest University
The Moral Psychology of Patriotism in the Protagoras

Hugh H. Benson
University of Oklahoma
Plato’s Socrates in the Theaetetus

David Ebrey
Northwestern University
Teaching, Recollection, and Divine Inspiration in the Meno

Russell Jones
Harvard University
Socrates on Value and Welfare

Keith McPartland
Williams College
Pleasure, Belief and Desire in Plato's Protagoras

William J. Prior
Santa Clara University
Prior and Smith on Socratic Metaphysics

Naomi Reshotko
University of Denver 
Target vs. Object: Knowledge, Belief and Ignorance in Plato’s Republic V

George Rudebusch
Northern Arizona University
Brickhouse and Smith on the Unity of Virtue 

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October 1, 2014, 6:00am PST

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