10 janvier 2022 – 16 mai 2022 // Leuven Colloquia on Ancient Platonism

We are delighted to announce the launch of the Leuven Colloquia on Ancient Platonism (LCAP), a new lecture series on the history of ancient Platonism (from the Early Academy to Late Antiquity), hosted by the KU Leuven Institute of Philosophy.

    These lectures will be held on a monthly basis, starting in January 2022, and will be given by leading specialists in the history of Platonism. Each year the general theme will be narrowed down through the selection of a specific topic. For the academic year 2021/2022 the chosen topic is ‘principle’ (archê)For further information, please visit this webpage or download the poster.

4-6 pm, Kardinaal Mercierzaal, HIW Institute of Philosophy, Leuven

                            10 January                 Carlos Steel (KU Leuven)
                            21 February               James Wilberding (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
                            14 March                    Dorothea Frede (Universität Hamburg)
                            11 April                       Ursula Coope (Oxford University)
                            16 May                        Marwan Rashed (Université Paris-Sorbonne)

    All meetings will be held in person with an online streaming option, unless circumstances require otherwise. We will advertise each lecture close to the relevant date. Participation will be free, but registration will be required. For queries, please contact: lcap@kuleuven.

    This lecture series is part of the ERC project ‘Not another history of Platonism. The role of Aristotle’s criticisms of Plato in the development of ancient Platonism’. If you wish to receive updates on the events and activities of this project, please subscribe to our mailing list, via this link.

   
    The co-organizers
    Giulia De Cesaris, Roberto Granieri and Jan Opsomer


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