ATWAP 2019: Aristotle's Hylomorphism
Jackman Humanities Building, Room 100
170 St. George St.
Toronto M6P 3A5
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The Collaborative Program in Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (CPAMP) at the University of Toronto is pleased to announce that the eleventh Annual Toronto Workshop in Ancient Philosophy (ATWAP) will take place on March 22 & 23, 2019, on the theme of "Aristotle's Hylomorphism".
- David Charles (Yale)
- Mary Louise Gill (Brown)
- Emily Katz (MSU)
- Mary Krizan (UW-La Crosse)
- Marko Malink (NYU)
- Katy Meadows (MIT)
- Bryan Reece (Toronto / Center for Hellenic Studies)
- Doug Campbell (Toronto)
- Phil Corkum (Alberta)
- Jacob Rosen (Harvard)
- Anne Siebels Peterson (Utah)
- Susan Sauvé Meyer (Penn)
Friday, March 22
2:30–4:00 Mary Louise Gill, “Aristotle on the Nutritive Soul” / Comments: Doug Campbell / Chair: David Sedley (Cambridge)
4:30–6:00 Katy Meadows, “Aristotle’s Priorities in the Metaphysics”
Comments: Susan Sauvé Meyer / Chair: Mark Johnstone (McMaster)
Saturday, March 23
10:00–11:30 David Charles / Comments: Bryan Reece / Chair: Sean Kelsey (Notre Dame)
12:00–1:30 Emily Katz, “Hylomorphism in Mathematical Objects” / Comments: Phil Corkum / Chair: Rachel MacKinnon (Toronto)
3:00–4:30 Marko Malink, “Antisthenes on Definition: Metaphysics H 3″ / Comments: Anne Siebels Peterson / Chair: Christopher Noble (Syracuse)
5:00–6:30 Mary Krizan, “Changes in place: Elemental motion in Aristotle’s Physics 8.4″ / Comments: Jacob Rosen / Chair: Devin Henry (Western)
Participation in the conference is free, but preregistration is required: to register, please contact Willie Costello at firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 15, 2019, 12:00pm EST
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