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Commenting: West Coast Plato Workshop Northern Arizona University

I'll be commenting on Catherine McKeen's (Bennington College) paper 'Laws and Political Expertise in Plato's Statesman' 11:20-12:30 June 25th.

Commenting: West Coast Plato Workshop Northern Arizona University
Commenting: West Coast Plato Workshop Northern Arizona University

Time & Location

Jun 25, 2023, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM MST

Flagstaff, S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86011, USA

About the event

NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY, FLAGSTAFF

FRIDAY, JUNE 23 (All times are local = GMT -07:00)

9:00-1:00 Sedona tour and hike

2:30-2:55 Welcome [by College Dean or Dept Chair]

3:00-4:10 Evanthia Speliotis, Bellarmine University

“Paradigm and Method in Plato’s Statesman”

Comments by Emily Hulme, University of Sydney

4:30-5:40 Sara De Leonardis, Cornell University

“The Place of the World-Soul in the Myth of the Statesman and its Ethical

Dimension”

Comments by Cynthia Shihui Ma, Tulane University

SATURDAY, JUNE 24

8:30-9:30 Keynote by Christopher Rowe, Durham University

“Contemporary Politikoi and Other Sophists”

9:50-11:00 Sarale Ben-Asher, University of Chicago

“The Rule of Bisection in Statesman 262a–263b”

Comments by Dong-geun Kim, University of Edinburgh

11:20-12:30 Freya Möbus, Loyola University Chicago

Justin Vlasits, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Division and Animal Sacrifice in Plato’s Statesman”

Comments by John Proios, University of Chicago

12:45-2:00 Lunch at 1899 Bar and Grill

2:20-3:30 Pauline Sabrier, Université Libre de Bruxelles

“The Stoicheia tôn Pantôn at 278d1: Plato's definition of an internal

principle”

Comments by Thomas Slabon, Stanford University

3:50-5:00 Ross Gilmore, University of Kansas

“The Statesman’s Craft in Context in Plato’s Statesman”

Comments by Hande Akyar, Northwestern University

SUNDAY, JUNE 25

8:30-9:30 Keynote by Susan Sauvé Meyer, University of Pennsylvania

“Plato on the Rule of Law”

9:50-11:00 Lia Theodoroudi, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

“Who  are the Kompsoi of 285a1?”

Comments by Vilius Bartninkas, Vilnius University

11:20-12:30 Catherine McKeen, Bennington College

“Laws and Political Expertise in Plato’s Statesman”

Comments by Rupert Sparling, Stanford University

12:45-2:00 Lunch

2:20-3:30 Jeremy Reid, San Francisco State University

“The Analysis of Constitutions in Plato’s Statesman”

Comments by Christopher Turner, California State University Stanislaus

3:50-5:00 Joseph Bjelde, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin

“Making Divine Bonds”

Comments by Holly Moore, Luther College

MONDAY, JUNE 26

Grand Canyon tour and hike to view Temples of Jupiter, Venus, and Apoll

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