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Philosophy Conference: Ethics, Science and Psychology in Aristotle

Friday, April 24, 2015

Philosophy Conference: Ethics, Science and Psychology in Aristotle

Friday, April 24                

Hall Center for the Humanities, 900 Sunnyside Ave.

1:00-1:20 Registration, Coffee

1:30-2:20 David Bronstein, Georgetown University: “Aristotle's Critique of Innatism”
2:20-3:00 Discussion
Chair: John Symons, University of Kansas

3:00-3:15 Coffee break

3:15-4:05 David Ebrey, Northwestern University: "Distinguishing Matter from Lack in Physics I"
4:05-4:45 Discussion
Chair: Sarah Robins, University of Kansas

5:00-6:00 Reception, Hall Center

Map to Hall Center

 

Saturday, April 25          

Max Kade Center, 1134 W. 11th St.

9:30-10:20 Mitzi Lee, University of Colorado at Boulder: “Aristotle on Justice”
10:20-11:00 Discussion
Chair: Marta Jimenez, Emory University

11:00-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:05 Victor Caston, University of Michigan: "Aristotle on the Unity of Psychology”
12:05-12:45 Discussion
Chair: Eileen Nutting, University of Kansas

1:00-2:00 Lunch, Max Kade Center

2:00-2:50 Jennifer Whiting, University of Pittsburgh: “Judgment and Practical Reason in Aristotle”
2:50-3:30 Discussion
Chair: Robert Howton, University of Toronto

3:30-3:45 Coffee break

3:45-4:35 Sarah Broadie, University of St Andrews: “Virtue and Natural Goods”
4:35-5:15 Discussion
Chair: Thomas Tuozzo, University of Kansas

Map to Max Kade

Please contact Tom Tuozzo (ttuozzo@ku.edu) for details.

 

 



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