The Third Annual Stanford Ancient Philosophy Conference: Ancient Ethical Psychology

February 21, 2020 - February 23, 2020
Stanford University

Building 110, Room 112
450 Serra Mall
Stanford 94305
United States

Sponsor(s):

  • The McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society
  • The Towards Citizenship Fund
  • The Sam Purtill Fund

Main speakers:

King's College London
Stanford University
Yale University
Yale University
Oxford University
University of Chicago
Oxford University

Organisers:

Jonathan Amaral
Stanford University
Stanford University
Stanford University
Stanford University
Rupert Sparling
Stanford University

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The Philosophy Department at Stanford University invites you to attend the Third Annual Stanford Ancient Philosophy Conference, a three-day conference on Ancient Ethical Psychology on February 21-23, 2020 in Stanford, CA in Building 110, Room 112. 


Speakers: 

Joachim Aufderheide (KCL)

Chris Bobonich (Stanford)

David Charles (Yale)

Brad Inwood (Yale)

Terence Irwin (Oxford, Stanford)

Gabriel Richardson Lear (Chicago)

Karen Nielson (Oxford)

with comments by Grant Dowling, Huw Duffy, Landon Hobbs, Anthony Long, Roy Lee, Sara Magrin, and Thomas Slabon

The conference is sponsored by the Stanford Classics and Philosophy Departments, the Towards Citizenship Fund, the Sam Purtill Fund, and the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society. 

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