CONTENT OF THE 1978-1979 ACADEMIC YEAR
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1978: President, Charles H. Kahn email@example.com
Meeting with the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association in Washington D.C. Wednesday, December 27
- Charles Kahn, Business Meeting Chair: John P. Anton Robert G. Turnbull, “Episteme and Doxa: Some Reflections on Eleatic and Heraclitean Themes in Plato.” Published in Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy, vol. 2. SUNY, 279-300. Original hard copy present. “Plato’s Indebtedness to Heraclitus.”
- David Keyt, “Intellectualism in Aristotle.” Published in Special Aristotle Issue of Paideia (1978) 138-57, reprinted in Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy, vol. 2. SUNY, 364-387. firstname.lastname@example.org 1978. Original hard copy present.
Meeting with the American Philological Association in Vancouver.
- John M. Dillon, “Metriopatheia and Apatheia: Some Reflections on a Controversy in Later Greek Ethics.” Published in Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy, vol. 2. SUNY, 508-517. email@example.com
- J. M. Rist, Toronto, “Plotinus and the Value of the Human Person.”
Submissions from 1978
Intellectualism in Aristotle, David Keyt
Listings of the 1978-1979 SAGP Content, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy
Episteme and Doxa: Some Reflections on Eleatic and Heraclitean Themes in Plato, Robert G. Turnbull