Classical Philosophy 2013
Classical Philosophy Summer Workshop
"Aristotle's notion of the infinite: Physics III 4-8"
Benaki Museum in Athens, Monday, 8 July to 13 July.
The 2013 summer workshop of Princeton’s Classical Philosophy Program will be held in Athens, Greece on the premises of the Benaki Museum. As in previous years, the general topic is Aristotle’s philosophy of nature. This year’s topic is Aristotle’s notion of the infinite in Physics, Book III. Ten graduate students and two faculty from Princeton will participate. Funding for this event has been generously provided by the Stanley J. Seeger ’52 Center for Hellenic Studies, the Departments of Classics and Philosophy and the Classical Philosophy Program at Princeton University. On the Greek side, the group from Princeton will be joined by ten graduate students from all over Greece, as well as four faculty from Greece.
Participating graduate students from Princeton:
Participating graduate students from Greece:
Session 2: Chapter 5, 204a8–204b4 Brennan McDavid /George Zouganelis
Session 6: Chapter 6, 206a9–206b3 Simon Shogry /Vasia Vergouli
Session 8: Chapter 6, 206b33–207a32 Adam Crager / Vivia Vlachaki
Session 10: Chapter 8, 208a5–23 Sam Baker /Nikos Kollias