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Ancient Philosophy

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Ancient Philosophy
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Eugene Afonasin Novosibirsk State University Pythagorean Symbolism and the Philosophic Paideia in the Stromateis of Clement of Alexandria
Nicolas K. Angélis   Axiologie et Pédagogie du Droit French
Robert Arp Saint Louis University The Double Life of Justice and Injustice in Thrasymachus' Account
Evelyn M. Barker University of Maryland Aristotle's Reform of Paideia
Amélie Frost Benedikt University of Texas at Austin Runaway Statues: Platonic Lessons on the Limits of an Analogy
D.R. Bhandari J.N.V. University Plato's Concept Of Justice: An Analysis
Abraham P. Bos Vrije Universiteit Aristotle's Psychology: The Traditional (hylomorphistic) Interpretation Refuted
Victor Boutros Baylor University Spelunking with Socrates: A Study of Socratic Pedagogy in Plato's Republic
Anne-Marie Bowery Baylor University Responding to Socrates' Pedagogical Provocation
Francesca Calabi University of Pavia and University of Ferrara The Law of God and the Laws of the Cities in Philo of Alexandria
John J. Cleary NUI Maynooth & Boston College Mathematics as Paideia in Proclus
Jonathan Cohen Marist College Philosophy is Education is Politics: A Somewhat Aggressive Reading of Protagoras 334d-338e
Manuel A. Correia Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile The Doctrine of the Indefinite Terms in the Ancient Commentators of Aristotle
Carmen Cozma University "Al.I.Cuza", Iasi The Ethical Values of the Music Art of the Ancient Greeks: A Semiotic Essay
Howard J. Curzer Texas Tech University To Become Good
Sandro D'Onofrio Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola The Metaphor of Light and the Active Intellect as Final Cause: De Anima III.5
David Fortunoff   Dialogue, Dialectic, and Maieutic: Plato's Dialogues As Educational Models
Alessandra Fussi Boston College The Dramatic Setting of the Gorgias
Marie I. George St. John's University Aristotle on Paideia of Principles
Edward Halper University of Georgia Poetry, History, and Dialectic
Edward Halper University of Georgia Aristotle's Political Virtues
Miroslav Ivanovic Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research Socrates' Last Error
Damian G. Konkoly Emory University Is Temperance Ever Properly Painful?
Christopher P. Long New School for Social Research Toward a Dynamic Conception of ousia: Rethinking an Aristotelian Legacy
Menahem Luz University of Haifa, Israel Antisthenes' Concept of Paideia
Brian Mooney Edith Cowan University Loving Persons
Debra Nails Mary Washington College Plato's Antipaideia: Perplexity for the Guided
Heidi Northwood Nazareth College of Rochester The Melancholic Mean: the Aristotelian Problema XXX.1
Ezzat Orany Kuwait University Probleme de la Predication: Noeud Central du Sophiste de PlatonFrenchS.gif
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Ezzat Orany Kuwait University Platon le Professeur: Une Interprétation Pédagogique du Théétète de PlatonFrenchS.gif (989 bytes)
John K.Park Chonbuk National University, South Korea Discours Des Droits De L'homme Au Sens D'un Retour A AristoteFrenchS.gif (989 bytes)
Armando R. Poratti Universidad Nacional de Rosario-CONICET "Sabiduría" y "enseñanza" en la ciudad en crisis (Platón, Apología 18a7-20c3)SpanishS.gif (1012 bytes)
Pablo Rodriguez- Grandjean University of Santiago de Compostela Philosophy and Dialogue: Plato's Unwritten Doctrines from a Hermeneutical Point of View
Alexandrine Schniewind University of Fribourg Remarks on the spoudaios in Plotinus I 4 [46]
Samuel Scolnicov The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Plato on Education as the Development of Reason
May Sim Oklahoma State University Ethics and Community in Aristotle
Rosamond Kent Sprague University of South Carolina Two Kinds of Paideia in Plato's Euthydemus
John V. Strang Plymouth State College Ethics as Politics: On Aristotelian Ethics and its Context
Jolanta Swiderek Maria Curie-Sk_odowska University A Notion of μηδέv in the Philosophy of Aristotle
Jeffrey S. Turner Bucknell University The Project of Self-Education in Plato's Protagoras, Gorgias, and Meno
Sabine Vogt Institut fuer Klassische Philologie der Universitaet Muenchen Semiotics of Human Body and Character: Aristotle's Logical Foundation of Physiognomics
Sheldon Wein Saint Mary's University Plato's Moral Psychology
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