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Aristotle on Science and Metaphysics

Conference: Aristotle on Science and Metaphysics

Date: Saturday May 9th and Sunday May 10th 2015

Venue: Memorial Room, Worcester College


Saturday May 9th

9.00-9.30am: Coffee

9.30-11.00am: Thomas Ainsworth, Oxford: Aristotle's Principle of Individuation. Chair: Jason Carter.

11.00-11.30am: Coffee break

11.30-1.00pm: Marko Malink, NYU: Essential Predication in Posterior Analytics 1.22. Chair: Paolo Fait.

1.00-2.00pm: Lunch (provided)

2.00-3.30pm: Lindsay Judson, Oxford: Aristotle and the Submarine Theory of the Sciences. Chair: Stefan Sienkiewicz.

3.30-4.00: Coffee break

4.00-5.30pm: Kathrin Koslicki, Alberta: A Hylomorphic Analysis of Concrete Particular Objects. Chair: Ana Laura Edelhoff.


Sunday May 10th

10.30-11.00am: Coffee

11.00-12.30pm: Lucas Angioni, Campinas: Per se Predicates, Accidental Knowledge, and Demonstration. Chair: Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi.

12.30-1.30pm: Lunch (provided)

1.30-3.00pm: Michail Peramatzis, Oxford: Aristotle’s Subordinate Sciences & Natural Form: Physics II.2 and Posterior Analytics I.13. Chair: Lucas Angioni.


The conference is organised with the generous support of the Hinton Clarendon Fellowship Research Fund, Worcester College.

For further information contact the organiser: michail.peramatzis@philosophy.ox.ac.uk

 

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