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Meeting of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy with the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association Sunday, December 27, 2009, 6:30-9:30 p.m., in New York City. 2009/10.1

Chair: Tony Preus, Binghamton University

  • Anne Wiles, James Madison University, “Plato on Truth and Falsehood”
  • Jerry Green, Texas Tech University, “Protagoras was not a Relativist to Me”
  • Lawrence Jost, University of Cincinnati, “Theoria, Theos and Therapeia in Aristotle’s Ethical Endings”

SAGP Meetings for 2010: Saturday, January 9, 2010, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., with the American Philological Association, in Anaheim California. 2009/10.1

Chair: Mark Wheeler, San Diego State University

  • Mason Marshall, Pepperdine University, “A Problem for the Political Reading of Plato’s Republic”
  • Lewis Cassity, Binghamton University, “Empirical and Dialogical Proofs of God’s Existence in Laws 10.”
  • George Boger, Canisius College, “On ‘haplos pas sullogismos’ in Prior Analytics A23”

Meeting with the Central Division, in Chicago, Friday, February 19, 2010, 7:15-10:15 P.M., 2009/10.1 Chair: Fred D. Miller, Jr., Bowling Green State University

  • J. Clerk Shaw, University of Tennessee, “On Some Hedonist Interpretations of Plato’s Protagoras”
  • May Sim, College of the Holy Cross, “What Aristotle Should Have Said About Megalopsychia”
  • Octavian Gabor, Purdue University, “Species Souls and Particular Souls”

Meeting with the Pacific Division, at the Westin St Francis, San Francisco, March 31 - April 4, 2010, 2009/10.1

Chair: Mark Wheeler, San Diego State University

  • Joel E. Mann, St. Norbert College, “Causation, Agency, and Law in Antiphon: On some subtleties in the second Tetralogy”
  • John Thorp, University of Western Ontario, “Intelligible Matter in Aristotle”
  • John Bowin, UC Santa Cruz, “Aristotle on Learning in De Anima II 5”


Submissions from 2009


Theoria, Theos, and Therapeia in Aristotle's Ethical Endings, Lawrence Jost


Plato on Truth and Falsehood, Anne M. Wiles