The VIII Symposium Platonicum

The VIII Symposium Platonicum, on the topic of Plato’s Philebus, was held in Dublin from July 23 – 28, 2007, under the auspices of the Dublin Centre for the Study of the Platonic Tradition, based in Trinity College, Dublin, but participated in also by colleagues from the Departments of Philosophy and Classics of University College Dublin, the National University of Ireland – Maynooth, and All Hallows College, Dublin. We are most grateful for the input of colleagues from all of these institutions, as well as for institutional support from the first two, specifically from the Trinity Association and Trust, the Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies Programme, and Department of Philosophy in TCD, and the Office of the Dean of Research and the Department of Philosophy in UCD. The Organising Committee comprised : John Cleary (NUI-M) ; John Dillon (TCD) ; Brendan O’Byrne (TCD) ; Patrick Quinn (All Hallows) ; Fran O’Rourke (UCD) ; Vasilis Politis (TCD). [...]

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