Midterm Meeting : Platonic Moral Realism

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Midterm Meeting : Platonic Moral Realism

International Plato Society – Midterm Meeting

Platonic Moral Realism

 

Please visit : http://www.agnesscott.edu/philosophy/international-plato-society.html

 

March 13 – 15, 2015

Emory Univeristy – Atlanta, Ga

The metaphysical thesis that such Forms as the Good or the Just enjoy an existence independent of human opinions or social arrangements is generally taken to entail the objectivity of certain human values.  Conference sessions will explore the metaphysical grounding for these values or for the virtues, method(s) of discovering and explicating the nature of moral values and virtues, and the means of coming to possess or partake in them, as found in Plato’s dialogues or in the Platonic tradition.

Plenary Speakers:
Luc Brisson, Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique
Sarah Broadie, University of St. Andrews
Melissa Lane, Princeton University
John Rist, University of Toronto

Sponsored By Agnes Scott College, Emory University, University Of Georgia
With support from Agnes Scott College, James T. and Ella Rather Kirk Fund
Emory University, The Hightower Fund and the Ancient Mediterranean Studies Program
University of Georgia, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts and the President’s Venture Fund

Program

Friday, 13 March

1st parallel session (12-1:30):
Section 1: R. Weiss, N. Baima
Section 2: D. Miller, D. Campbell
Section 3: F. Tremblay, L. Pitteloud
Section 4: B. Marrin, O. Goldin

2nd parallel session (2-3 :30):
Section 1: L. Gerson, L. Monteils-Laeng
Section 2 : E. Garver, M. Faller
Section 3 : G. Keehn, J. Carter
Section 4 : J. Bleckmann, M. Byrd

1st Plenary session (4-5:30): John Rist

Saturday, March 14, 2015

3rd parallel session (9-10:30):
Section 1: O. Renault, M. Halper
Section 2: I-Kai Jeng, D. Glidden
Section 3: Satoshi Ogihara, G. Justin
Section 4: G. Shuh, G. Cornelli

2nd Plenary session (11-12:30): Melissa Lane

4th parallel session (2-3:30):
Section 1: P. Woodruff, N. Stein
Section 2: G. Koehn, M. Tarasiewicz
Section 3: Y. Dominick, S. Berman
Section 4: J. Garner, K. Meadows

3rd Plenary session (4-5:30): Sarah Broadie

Reception and Banquet 6:30 Carlos Museum

Sunday, March 15, 2015

5th parallel session (Sunday, March 15, 10:30-12:00):
Section 1: C. Lattmann, S. Ahbel-Rappe
Section 2: B. Castelnerac, Noburu Notomi
Section 3: C. Corcoran, L. Grams
Section 4: C. Swanson, J. Bova

4th Plenary session ( 1:30-3:00):Luc Brisson

6th parallel session (Sunday, March 15, 3:30-5:00):
Section 1: M. Evans, A. Halper
Section 2: M. Jimenez, S. Stern-Gillet
Section 3: J. Papiernik, D. Bloo

Registration and Accomodations

Registration Fee: $40 ($20 For Graduate Students)

Check, Money Order In U.S. Dollars, Or Cash At Registration Desk

Please make check out to Agnes Scott College and write IPS in the memo line.

Banquet: $50

Please make check out to Agnes Scott College and write IPS Banquet in the memo line.

Send checks to Dr. Richard D. Parry, Box 1111, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, GA 30030

Accommodations:

Emory Conference Center Hotel (within walking distance of Emory campus)

1615 Clifton Road, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30329

WEBSITE:www.emoryconferencecenter.com

Link for reservations:https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=13416629

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