Special alterations in Aristotle's De Anima III 5Roberto Grasso (University of Campinas)
The Symposium of Aristotelian Studies was created to consolidate the tradition of Aristotelian studies of the Post-Gradute Programa Logic and Metaphysics (PPGLM/UFRJ). Our intention is for the Symposium to become a perennial activity spanning all through the academic year where our students and colleagues will be able to meet with some of the best specialists in Aristotle’s thought.
Roberto Grasso is a professor of Ancient Philosophy at the Federal University of Paraíba (UFPB). He got his bachelors in Philosophy at Università della Calabria and both his Masters and PhD at the University of Edinburgh. He joined UFPB after a post-doctoral research project funded by FAPESP at UNICAMP (2016) and at the University of Tübingen (visiting, 2018-2019).
Professor Grasso is the author of several book chapters and four recent papers (mainly on Aristotle) that have appeared in Revista Dissertatio, Journal of Ancient Philosophy, Apeiron and The Classical Quarterly.
His current research focuses on Aristotle’s psychology and theory of perception.
Please note that the start time of the lecture is 14hs BRT (UTC−03:00).
February 24, 2021, 5:00am BRT
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