Early Greek Philosophy: Reason at the Beginning of PhilosophySeptember 14
Kurt Pritzl, The Catholic University of America
Anaximander's Apeiron and the Arrangement of Time
James Lesher, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
A Systematic Xenophanes?
Carl A. Huffman, DePauw University
Reason and Myth in Early Pythagorean Cosmology
Patricia Curd, Purdue University
The Immateriality of Love and Strife in Empedocles
Kenneth Dorter, University of Guelph
Changing, It Rests: Flux and Constancy in Heraclitus
Alexander P. D. Mourelatos, University of Texas at Austin
Paramenides, Astronomy, and Scientific Realism
Daniel Graham, Brigham Young University
Anaxagoras: Science and Speculation in the Golden Age
Georg Wieland, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen
Source and Quotation: Early Greek Philosophers in Mediaeval Commentaries on Aristotle’s Metaphysics
John McCarthy, The Catholic University of America
Francis Bacon’s Third Sailing
Richard Velkley, Tulane University
Primal Truth, Errant Tradition and Crisis: The Pre-Socratics in Late Modernity
Charles Kahn, University of Pennsylvania
From Myth to Reason
All lectures are held at 2:00 p.m. in the Auditorium of Aquinas Hall at The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., 20064.
This series is made possible by a generous grant from the Franklin J. Matchette Foundation and the support of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation and the George Dougherty Foundation.
For further information, contact the Office of the Dean, School of Philosophy, 202-319-5259, firstname.lastname@example.org.