CONTENT OF THE 1962-1963 ACADEMIC YEAR 

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1962: President, John H. Randall, Jr.
Meeting with the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association, December 27-29,
New York
Chair: J. H. Randall, Jr.

  • George Kimball Plochmann, “Supporting Themes in the Symposium.” Published in Bucknell
    Review 11 (1963) 1-18 as “Hiccups and Hangovers in the Symposium,” reprinted with
    original title in John P. Anton & George Kustas, eds. 1971. Essays in Ancient Greek
    Philosophy vol. 1, SUNY, 328-344.
  • Peter Diamandopoulos, “The Concept of Physical Transformation in the Timaeus.” Although this
    was the announced paper, Professor Diamandopoulos did not present it. He was replaced
    on the program by Robert Hall.
  • Robert W. Hall, “Techne and Morality in the Gorgias.” Published in Hall’s Plato and the
    Individual, The Hague 1963, reprinted in John P. Anton & George Kustas, eds. 1971.
    Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy vol. 1, SUNY, 202-218.

Meeting with the American Philological Association in Baltimore

  • Michael J. O’Brien, “The Unity of the Laches.” Published in Yale Classical Studies 18 (1963)
    131-147, reprinted in John P. Anton & George Kustas, eds. 1971. Essays in Ancient
    Greek Philosophy vol. 1, SUNY, 303-315.
    Michael J. O’Brien is the author of The Socratic Paradoxes and the Greek Mind. North Carolina
    University Press. 1967.
  • D. A. Rees, “Aristotle’s Treatment of Phantasia.” Published in John P. Anton & George Kustas,
    eds. 1971. Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy vol. 1, SUNY, 491-504.
    Wallace Matson, UC Berkeley, “Eleatic Motions.” Published in Philosophical Inquiry 6 (3-4)
    (1984) 184-201.

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Submissions from 1962

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The Unity of the Laches, Michael J. O'Brien

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Hiccups and Other Interruptions in the Symposium, George Kimball Plochmann

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Aristotle's Treatment of Phantasia, D. A. Rees

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