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Room change for Caston’s SIWHP Talk on Friday.

October 22, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

ROOM CHANGE: THE NEW ROOM IS 404 IN THOMSON HOUSE (see details below)

The Montreal Interuniversity Workshop in the History of Philosophy, together with the McGill Department of Philosophy and the Faculté des sciences humaines de l’université du Québec à Montréal, is proud to present

Victor Caston (University of Michigan)
“Aristotle on Perceptual Content”
Friday, 24 October, 10:30-12:30

The meeting will take place at THOMSON HOUSE, 3650 McTavish ROOM 404.

Victor Caston is professor of philosophy and classical studies at the University of Michigan. He is the author of numerous publications on ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, including “Aristotle on Consciousness,” in Mind (2002); “Something and Nothing: The Stoics on
Concepts and Universals” in Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy
(1999); and “Aristotle and the Problem of Intentionality,” in
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (1998).

You will find the text of his presentation as an attachment to this message.

For further information, including directions for the venue of the talk, please contact the organizers:

Daniel Dumouchel (daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca)
Carlos Fraenkel (carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca)
Sara Magrin (magrin.sara@uqam.ca)
Dario Perinetti (perinetti.dario@uqam.ca)
Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca)

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Le Séminaire interuniversitaire en histoire de la philosophie, ensemble avec le Department of Philosophy de l’université McGill et la Faculté des sciences humaines de l’université du Québec à Montréal, est fier de vous présenter

Victor Caston (University of Michigan)
“Aristotle on Perceptual Content”
vendredi, le 24 octobre, 10:30-12:30

La séance aura lieu à THOMSON HOUSE, 3650 McTavish, SALLE 404.

Monsieur Caston est professeur de philosophie et d’études classiques à
l’Université du Michigan. Il est l’auteur de plusieurs publications sur la philosophie antique grecque et romaine, y compris “Aristotle on
Consciousness,” dans Mind (2002); “Something and Nothing: The Stoics
on Concepts and Universals” dans Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy
(1999); et “Aristotle and the Problem of Intentionality,” dans Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (1998).

Vous trouverez le texte de sa communication en fichier joint.

Pour plus d’information, veuillez contacter les organisateurs:

Daniel Dumouchel (daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca)
Carlos Fraenkel (carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca)
Sara Magrin (magrin.sara@uqam.ca)
Dario Perinetti (perinetti.dario@uqam.ca)
Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca)

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