Knowledge and Value in Ancient Greek Philosophy

April 22, 2022 - April 24, 2022
Department of Philosophy, Stanford University

Building 90 92Q
Philosophy Department, 450 Jane Stanford Way
Stanford 94305
United States


University of British Columbia
Yale University
University of Tartu
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Ohio State University
University of California at Santa Barbara


Stanford University
Stanford University

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You are cordially invited to the Ancient Knowledge and Value Conference at Stanford University with thanks for sponsorship by the Departments of Classics, Philosophy, and Religious Studies, the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, the Sam Purtill Fund and the Towards Citizenship Fund.

The conference includes the following presentations:  

1)  Sylvia Berryman (UBC) Aristotle on Knowing the Good with comments by Emily Perry. 

2)  Toomas Lott (Tartu) Socrates on how (not to) learn with comments by Grant Dowling.

3)  Sara Magrin (Pitt) Flying Men, Evil Demons and the Argument of Ennead 1.1 with comments by Rhodes Pinto. 

4)  CDC Reeve (UNC) Appetite, Akrasia and the Tripartition with comments by Roy Lee.

5)  Allan Silverman (OSU) Reason and the Good in the Republic with comments by Landon Hobbs.

6)  Voula Tsouna (UCSB) The Method of Multiple Explanations in Epicureanism with comments by Rupert Sparling.

7)  David Charles (Yale) Aristotle: the fine and knolwedge of the fine with comments by Thomas Slabon. 

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