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SAGP session at the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division, meeting, Tuesday, December 28, 2-5 p.m. in the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel: 51st Meeting of the SAGP with the Eastern Division of the APA, 2004/5.1e

Chair: Tony Preus, Binghamton University

  • Daniel Russell, Wichita State University,, “Goodness in Plato’s Euthydemus”
  • Christopher V. Mirus, University of Notre Dame,, “To hou heneka and Continuous Change”
  • Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University,, “Averroes’ Completion of Aristotle’s Psychology of Intellect”

SAGP session with the American Philological Association Friday, January 7, 2005, 11:15-1:15, at the Sheraton Boston Hotel: Reason and Rationality in Ancient Greek Philosophy , 2004/5.1e

Chair: Brad Inwood, University of Toronto

  • Anthony K. Jensen, Emory University,, “Ratiocination and the Daimonion: A Practical Solution”
  • Mary Mulhern, Brookside Institute,, “Aristotle’s Formal Language”
  • Phil Corkum, UCLA,, “Aristotle on Consciousness”

SAGP session at the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, meeting, Wednesday, March 23, 8:15-11:15 p.m. in the Westin St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco. 2004/5.2

Chair: Julius Moravscik, Stanford University

  • Denis Vlahovic, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota, “Plato on episteme and knowing logoi”
  • Scott Rubarth, Rollins College, “Aristotle, Epistemic Particulars, and Virtue Epistemology”
  • Gale Justin, Cal State Sacramento, “Problems in the Phaedo Cyclical Argument”

SAGP session at the American Philosophical Association, Central Division, meeting, Friday, April 29, 7-10 P.M. in the Palmer House, Chicago, 2004/5.3

Chair: TBA Mary Lenzi, University of Wisconsin

  • Mary Lenzi, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, “Plato’s Equivocal Wisdom”
  • Joseph Novak, University of Waterloo, “The Meno, Recollection, and the Role of Hypothesis”
  • Mark Faller, Alaska Pacific University, “The Split Gaze of the Soul: Parts and Wholes in Aristotle’s Model of Epagoge”