CONTENT OF THE 2001-2002 ACADEMIC YEAR 

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Central Division of the American Philosophical Association, Friday, May 4, 7 p.m. in Greenway J of the Hyatt Regency in Minneapolis.

Chair: Eve Cole, University of Minnesota,

  • Duluth Roslyn Weiss, Lehigh Univ., “Oh Brother! The Fraternity of Rhetoric and Philosophy in Plato’s Gorgias”
  • Gene Fendt, U. of Nebraska, Kearney, “Philosophy as Liturgical Action: An Essay on Plato’s Politics”

Meeting of the Society with Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Assoc,, at the Atlanta Hilton; Friday, Dec. 28, 6-8 p.m. in the Director’s Room. 2001/2.2

Chair: Anthony Preus, Binghamton University

  • Robert L. Gallagher, St. Basil College, “The Aim of Socrates’ Arguments in the Republic”
  • Thomas Kiefer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, “Aristotle on Knowledge, Nous and the Problems of Necessary Truth”

Meeting of the Society with Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Assoc, at the Seattle Westin; Thursday, March 28, 8-10 p.m. 2001/2.3

Chair: Phillip Goggans, Seattle Pacific University

  • Brian Ribeiro, West Virginia University, “Is Pyrrhonism Psychologically Possible?”
  • Rose Cherubin, George Mason University, “Do Zeno’s Arguments Challenge Aristotle’s Account of Motion?”

 

Meeting of the Society with Central Division of the American Philosophical Assoc, at the Chicago Westin, Michigan Avenue, Friday, April 26, 7-10 p.m.  2001/2.4

Chair: Tony Preus

  • Herb Granger, Wayne State University, “Heraclitus’ Book”
  • Eric Brown, Washington University, “Advising the Cosmopolis”
  • George Harvey, University of Kentucky, “Dialectic and Ontology in the Statesman and Philebus”

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