CONTENT OF THE 1957-1958 ACADEMIC YEAR
[Please note, this electronic archive only holds a limited portion of the newsletter content]
1957: President, Raphael Demos.
Secretary: R. K. Sprague, 1957-1963.
Meeting with the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association, at Harvard, Cambridge MA, December 1957
Chair: Raphael Demos.
- Gregory Vlastos, “A Zenonian Argument against Plurality” Published in John P. Anton & George Kustas, eds. 1971. Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy vol. 1, SUNY, 119-144. See
also Gnomon 31 (1959) 193-204.
- Donald C. Williams. “Form and Matter.” Published in Phil. Rev. 67.3 (1958) 291-312, 399-421. There is an extended essay on the work of Donald Cary Williams, by K. Campbell, J. Franklin, and D. Ehring, in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Meeting with the American Philological Association in Washington DC 1957
- Leonard Woodbury, “Parmenides on Names” published in Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 48 (1958) 145-160, reprinted in John P. Anton & George Kustas, eds. 1971.
Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy vol. 1, SUNY, 145-162. The Harvard Studies version is available via JSTOR http://www.jstor.org/stable/310851; the Essays version is
on Google Books. See also D. E. Gerber, ed. 1984. Greek Poetry and Philosophy: Studies in Honour of Leonard Woodbury. Scholars Press.
- W. Gerson Rabinowitz, “Numbers and Magnitudes: An Iamblichean Derivation Theory and Its Relation to Speusippean and Aristotelian Doctrine.” See his Aristotle's Protrepticus
and the sources of its reconstruction, University of California Press, 1957.
Submissions from 1957
Listing of the 1957-1958 SAGP Content, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy
A Zenonian Argument against Plurality, Gregory Vlastos
Form and Matter, Donald C. Williams