Abstracts and full papers

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Abstracts and full papers 2017-10-04T20:05:30+00:00
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  • Aditi Chaturvedi (University of Pennsylvania), Soul as ἁρμονία: Phaedo (85e 3 ff.) and its Pre-Platonic antecedents (abstract) (full paper)
  • Alberto Bernabé (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Describir el Más Allá. Consideraciones sobre el mito del Fedón (abstract) (full paper)
  • Alessandro Stavru (Freie Universität Berlin), In Search for the Beltiston: Protreptics in Socrates’ “First” and “Second” Sailings (Plat. Phaed. 95e-102a) (abstract)
  • Alessia Ferrari (Universidad de Barcelona, Spain), Hai dodekaskytoi sphairai…: “vera terra” e dianoia (Phaed. 110 b 5 ss.) (abstract)
  • Alonso Tordesillas (Aix Marseille Université, France), Socrate et les antilogikoi (abstract) (full paper)
  • Amos Espeland (Stanford University, USA), Non-Philosophical Virtue in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • André Luiz Braga (Universidade de São Paulo), Life rather than arguments: resailing Socrates’ second sailing (abstract) (full paper)
  • Andrea Capra (Università di Milano), Socrates’ conversions and the Phaedo’s ‘(anti-)Aristotelian’ poetics (abstract) (full paper)
  • Andrew Gregory (University College), “Phaedo 108e-109a7 and Anaximander” (abstract)
  • Andy German (Ben Gurion University), Socratic Iconography: two Examples in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Angelo Alfredo Casanova (Università di Firenze), Il Fedone e il suicidio (abstract)
  • Anna Motta (University of Naples Federico II), Strategie esegetiche neoplatoniche: qual è lo skopos del Fedone? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Anne Gabrièle Wersinger (Université de Reims, laboratoire CIRLEP et CNRS), La philosophie est la musique la plus haute (Phédon, 60e-61a) (abstract)
  • Anne Schultz (Baylor University), A Story to Live and Die For: Socratic Autobiography in the Phaedo (abstract)
  • Annie Larivée (Carleton University), Socrates as ‘Political Asklepios’ in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Arianna Fermani (Università degli Studi di Macerata), Rivals and winners in the “evil contest” (πονηρίας ἀγὼν). Reflections on the spirals and on the many facets of evil in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Barbara Sattler (University of St. Andrews), Sufficient Reason in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Beatriz Bossi (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Back to the Cock: on Gratitude and Care (abstract) (full paper)
  • Brian Marrin (Universidad de los Andes), Socrates’ dēmōdē mousikēn: Mythos and Logos in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Bruno Conte (Pontificia Universidade de São Paulo), On “Forms” in Parmenides and Plato (abstract)
  • Carla Francalanci (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), The use of congender in the Phaedo and Agamben’s theory of paradigm (abstract)
  • Carolina Araujo (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Plato’s Phaedo on rational suicide (abstract) (full paper)
  • Chad Jorgenson (Centre Léon Robin), Philosophical and Political Virtue in the Phaedo and Afterwards (abstract) (full paper)
  • Christian Keime (University of Cambridge), The use of Repeating an Argument. Metamorphoses of the Theory of Forms in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Christopher Buckels (University of the Pacific), Tropes without Substance in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract)
  • Claudia Luchetti (Eberhard-Karls University Tübingen), Livelli di Armonia. Socrate vs. Simmia o la quarta dimostrazione di Immortalità nel Fedone (Phaed. 84c1-95a5) (abstract)
  • Cristina Rossitto (University of Padua), Socrate, Platone, Aristotele e la causalità in Phaedo 97 B – 102 B (abstract) (full paper)
  • Cynthia Patterson (Emory University), Metaphors of body and soul in the Phaedo [a view from the swamp of social history] (abstract) (full paper)
  • Dana Miller (Fordham University), “Socrates’ View From Somewhere in the Phaedo” (abstract)
  • Daniel Graham (Brigham Young University), Plato’s Scientific Manifesto (abstract) (full paper)
  • David Ebrey (Northwestern University), The Cloak Maker Objection and the Final Immortality Argument (abstract) (full paper)
  • David Runia (Queen’s College, The University of Melbourne), The Middle Platonist and Hellenistic-Jewish Reception of Plato’s Phaedo: The case of Philo of Alexandria (abstract) (full paper)
  • David Sedley (Cambridge University), “The Last Argument” (abstract) (full paper)
  • Dino de Sanctis (Università di Pisa), Socrate e le lacrime dei philoi: emozioni e catarsi nel Fedone (abstract) (full paper)d
  • Donald Morrison (Rice University), Egoism and Benevolence in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Edith Nally (Skidmore College), Socrates’ Wager: the Otherworldly Rewards Premise in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract)
  • Edrisi Fernandes (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte), El “bien morir” y el Fedón en la España Quinientista (abstract) (full paper)
  • Edward Halper (University of Georgia), The Currency of Virtue: Phaedo 68c-69d (abstract) (full paper)
  • Eli Diamond (Dalhousie University), Pythagorean Mathematics, Platonic Dialectic, and the Incompleteness of the Second Sailing in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Elisabetta Cattanei (Università degli Studi di Cagliari), Arithmos nel Fedone. Come e fino a che punto Socrate parla da “pitagorico”? (abstract)
  • Emilia de Morais (Universidade Federal da Paraíba), Las “doctrinas antiguas y santas” en el Fedón: ‘inconclusiones’ (abstract) (full paper)
  • Esteban Bieda (Universidad de Buenos Aires – CONICET), “Le debemos un gallo a Asclepio”. El carácter político de la muerte de Sócrates en el Fedón (abstract) (full paper)
  • Federico Maria Petrucci (Università di Pisa – Università Würzburg), There Should Be a Virtue for Everyone. Non-Philosophical Virtue in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Fernando Santoro (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Dioniso smembrato dai Titani. Commentario al Fedone di Platone di Olimpiodoro di Alessandria (abstract)
  • Filip Karfik (Université de Fribourg), L’âme et la Forme de la vie (abstract) (full paper)
  • Filippo Forcignanò (Università degli Studi di Milano), Experiences without Self-justification: the “Sticks and Stones” Argument in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Francesc Casadesús (Universitat de les Illes Balears), La definición del verdadero filósofo en el Fedón o cómo construir una ortodoxia filosófica a partir de una heterodoxia religiosa (abstract) (full paper)
  • Francesca Scrofani (Università degli Studi di Trento), Etymological associations and the imagery of invisible in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Francesco Aronadio (Università di Roma Tor Vergata), Auta ta isa (Phaed. 74c1): un’anomalia rivelativa (abstract)
  • Francisco Gonzalez (University of Ottawa), Why the Minotaur is Misology (abstract) (full paper)
  • Franco Trabattoni (Unuversità Statale di Milano), La ‘prima navigazione’ nel Fedone (abstract) (full paper)
  • François Renaud (Université de Moncton), L’autorité d’Homère et de la tradition dans le Phédon (abstract) (full paper)
  • Fulvia de Luise (Università di Trento), Il canto del cigno di Socrate. Una celebrazione della morte? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Gábor Betegh (University of Cambridge), The soul as a middle term in the Affinity Argument (abstract)
  • Geneviève Lachance (Université libre de Bruxelles), La figure du philosophe: entre réalité et apparence (abstract) (full paper)
  • Georgia Mouroutsou (University of Western Ontario), Are the Phaedo’s Pleasures of Learning Pure Pleasures? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Gerard Naddaf (York University), The “young” historical Socrates in Phaedo 96a-99d; a re-examination of the controversial “autobiography” (abstract) (full paper)
  • Giovanni Casertano (Università Degli Studi di Napoli), Il Fedone, dramma etico in tre Atti (abstract) (full paper)
  • Giovanni Vella (Pontificia Universidade de São Paulo), Destino e morte metafórica nel Fedone (abstract) (full paper)
  • Giulia Bonasio (Columbia University), Pleasure in the Phaedo: anti-somatism vs. anti-hedonism (abstract)
  • Graciela Marcos de Pinotti (University of Buenos Aires – CONICET), ¿Cuántos y quiénes recuerdan? A propósito del alcance de la reminiscencia en Fedón 72e-77a (abstract) (full paper)
  • Grant Dowling (Columbia University), Why Does Socrates Characterize Anaxagorean Mind Differently than Simplicius? (abstract)
  • Guilherme Motta (Universidade Católica de Petrópolis), Is there a denial of life in the Phaedo and Platonism? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Gustavo Barbosa (Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho), Due concezioni di dimostrazioni nel Fedone (abstract) (full paper)
  • Hallvard Fossheim (Universitetet I Bergen), Reading Socrates’ Drama of Death: Grief and Argument in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Harold Tarrant (University of Newcastle), Argument from Similarity or Socrates’ Inspired Vision Part I? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Henrique Gonçalves de Paula (Universidade de São Paulo), Philosophical Virtue in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract)
  • Hua-kuei Ho (Chinese Culture University), The Role of Perception in the Recollection in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Hugh MacKenzie (University College London), Univocalising sumphonein in the Deuteros Plous explanation (abstract) (full paper)
  • Irine Darchia (Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University), Re-thinking Plato’s Phaedo Using Digital Methods (abstract)
  • Irmgard Maennlein-Robert (Universität Tübingen), Von der Höhle in den Himmel: Der Philosoph im Jenseitsmythos des Phaidon oder Sokrates im Glück (abstract) (full paper)
  • Iurii Schichalin (St Tikhon’s Orthodox University), From Meno to Phaedo? From Phaedo to Meno? (abstract)
  • Ivana Costa (Universidad de Buenos Aires), “La comparación no me parece exacta”. Fedón 99e6-100a3 y la respuesta platónica a un dilema posmoderno (abstract) (full paper)
  • Jens Larsen (University of Copenhagen), Saving the logos that saves our lives: hypothesis as a raft (abstract) (full paper)
  • José Antonio Giménez (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile), Esperanza, confianza y temor como actitudes proposicionales en el Fedón (abstract) (full paper)
  • Jose Lourenco (Universidade Federal de Santa Maria), Taking refuge in logoi (abstract)
  • Josep-Monserrat Molas (Universitat de Barcelona), Voces en el vestíbulo (Fliunte) del Fedón (abstract)
  • Karine Tordo Rombaut (Groupe de recherche Philosophie, Pratiques et Langages EA3699), Qu’est-ce qui, dans la question de l’anonyme, a pu troubler Socrate (Phéd. 103 a 4-c 5)? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Kathryn Morgan (University of California), Paying the Price: The Coinage Metaphor at Phaedo 69a-d (abstract) (full paper)
  • Laura Candiotto (The University of Edinburgh), Feeling memories. The epistemic role of erotic visual perception in the recollection argument (Phaed.73d5–74a1) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Lenka Karfikova (Charles University in Prague), The soul and life – the soul and ratio Augustine’s criticism of the final proof in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Lidia Palumbo (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II), Filosofia e narrazione. Il caso del Fedone (abstract) (full paper)
  • Linda Napolitano (Università degli Studi di Verona), “Le cose dette ora e in passato” (Fedone 115 B 6-7). Il testamento spirituale di Socrate e la melète thanàtou (abstract)
  • Livio Rossetti (Università di Perugia), “Ou philosophos Euenos? L’immagine di Socrate nelle prime pagine del Fedone” (abstract)
  • Lloyd Gerson (University of Toronto), Socrates’ Autobiography: An Epitome of Platonism (abstract) (full paper)
  • Lorenzo Ferroni (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), Maximus Planudes as a copyist, reader, and editor of Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Luca Pitteloud (Universidade Federal do ABC), Le Phédon et les deux paradigmes de la séparation (abstract) (full paper)
  • Lucas Soares (Universidad de Buenos Aires – CONICET), La relación de compatibilidad entre los paradigmas poéticos platónico y tradicional en la anécdota del sueño de Sócrates en el Fedón (abstract) (full paper)
  • Maicon Engler (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina), On Plato’s interpretation of his own philosophy: Phaedo’s testimony on the diaphorá between poetry and philosophy (abstract) (full paper)
  • Makoto Sekimura (Hiroshima City University), Survenue de la beauté et illusion skiagraphique dans le Phédon (abstract) (full paper)
  • Manfred Kraus (University of Tübingen), Dokein, Doxa and Eikos in the Phaedo (abstract)
  • Manlio Fossati (University of St Andrews), The soul in the Phaedo: Socrates’ evidence for its intrinsically intelligent nature (abstract) (full paper)
  • Marcelo Boeri (Alberto Hurtado University), ‘To act and to be acted upon’ in the Phaedo: is there any kind of interactionism between soul and body? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Marcelo Marques (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais), The exchange of pleasures and pains in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Marco Antonio Santamaría Álvarez (Universidad de Salamanca), Apology, Crito and Phaedo: Socrates’ tragic trilogy (abstract) (full paper)
  • Marco Romani Mistretta (Harvard University), Platonic Hypotheses: Galileo’s “Analytic Method” and the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • María Angélica Fierro (CONICET-UBA), The Platonic epoidê against the volatilization of the soul: Rationalisation, simplification and ontological stability in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • María Gabriela Casnati (Universidad de Buenos Aires), El concepto de ἐπωνυμία en el argumento final de la inmortalidad del alma (abstract) (full paper)
  • Mariana Gardella (Universidad de Buenos Aires), “Contra dos ni Heracles puede” (Phd. 89c5-6). El tratamiento platónico de la antilogía en el Fedón (abstract) (full paper)
  • Marianna Koshkaryan (University of Georgia), Le Phédon de Platon: les perspectives de l’approche complexe (philosophique et littéraire) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Mariella Menchelli (Università di Pisa), Filosofia, vita filosofica e ordine dell’anima: le occupazioni del filosofo e dell’anima a Phaed. 64 a, Phaed. 84 b e l’ascesa del filosofo nel Simposio (abstract) (full paper)
  • Mario Regali (Università degli Studi della Tuscia), La maschera di Socrate nel Fedone (abstract) (full paper)
  • Marisa Divenosa (Universidad de Buenos Aires), La tensión psykhé-sôma en Fedón y las implicaciones de lo sensible en el conocimiento de lo real (abstract) (full paper)
  • Mark Johnstone (McMaster University), “Bodily Desires in the Phaedo” (abstract)
  • Matthew Walker (Yale-NUS College), Socrates’ Final Symposium (abstract) (full paper)
  • Maurizio Migliori (Università di Macerata), Umano, sempre e necessariamente umano: la presenza della dimensione “terrestre” nel dialogo “sull’anima” (abstract)
  • Michael Shaw (University of Texas at Austin), Anaxagoras in the Phaedo (abstract)
  • Michal Tarasiewicz (Université Paris 1), La multiplicité des lectures et l’unité de la structure du mythe final du Phédon (107c-114c) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Michel Fattal (Université de Grenoble 2), Le bien comme lien dans le Phédon, 99 c 5-6 de Platon (abstract)
  • Michele Corradi (Aix-Marseille Université), Il Fedone e la memoria dell’Apologia di Socrate: a proposito di una raffinata strategia letteraria (abstract) (full paper)
  • Mitsuyoshi Nomura (Aoyama University), First Hypothesis in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Monique Dixsaut (Université Paris / Pantheón-Sorbonne), « La mort, estimons-nous que c’est quelque chose ? » (abstract) (full paper)
  • Naoya Iwata (University of Oxford), Socrates’ Criticism of Natural Philosophers in the Phaedo (abstract)
  • Natalia Rugnitz (Universidade Estadual de Campinas), El último consejo del daimón y la duda de Sócrates (Fedón, 60d-61b) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Ni Yu (University of Edinburgh), Immortality of soul and form of soul (Plato, Phaedo, 100b-107a) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Nicola Galgano (Universidade de São Paulo), Socrate e Anassagora, vecchie risposte e nuove domande (abstract) (full paper)
  • Nicole Ooms (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), Equal Sticks and Stones, once more (teleology and recollection). On Phaedo 75a-b (abstract)
  • Noburu Notomi (University of Tokyo), The Soul and Forms in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Olga Alieva (National Research University Higher School of Economics), How Plato Saved Pleasure for Philosophy (abstract) (full paper)
  • Oscar Velásquez (Universidad de Chile), ἐν φιλοσοφίᾳ: Proposal about the Methodological Disposition of the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Panagiotis Thanassas (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), “What kind of death?” On Phaedo’s double topic (abstract) (full paper)
  • Paulo Lima (University of Coimbra), Socrates’ comparison between μισολογία and μισανθρωπία (Plato’s Phaedo 89c11-90d8) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Pierre Destree (Université de Louvain), Laughter in the Phaedo (abstract)
  • Radcliffe Edmonds (Bryn Mawr College), The Song of the Nightingale: Word Play on the Road to Hades in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Rafael Ferber (Universität Luzern), Deuteros Plous (abstract)
  • Renato Brandão (Universidade de Brasilia), On The Translation and Meaning of Phaedo 74 b7-9 (abstract)
  • Richard Parry (Agnes Scott College), Illusions of Pleasure (abstract) (full paper)
  • Richard Patterson (Emory University), Metaphysics, Malaria, and Causality in the Phaedo (abstract)
  • Richard Schorlemmer (University of Fribourg), The Phaedo between Orphic-Pythagorean images and early Hellenistic philosophers (abstract) (full paper)
  • Rodolfo Arbe (Universidad de Buenos Aires), El anonimato de Platón. Un examen sobre la figura del alocutuario anónimo en el Fedón (abstract) (full paper)
  • Roman Svetlov (Saint-Petersburg State University), What’s the breed of Apollo? Socratic eschatology and theology in Phaedo 63b (abstract)
  • Roslyn Weiss (Lehigh University), Fear of Death in Plato’s Phaedo (and Apology) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Rubens Sobrinho (Universidade Federal de Uberlândia), Images of the Soul: Palingenesis and Causality in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract)
  • Satoshi Ogihara (Tohoku University), Immortality and eternity: Cebes’ remark at Plato’s Phaedo 106d2-4 (abstract) (full paper)
  • Sebastian Odzuck (Goethe Universität Frankfurt), What, according to the Phaedo, is the appropriate explanation of actions? (abstract)
  • Silvio Marino (Università di Napoli Federico II), Socrate fisico delle idee? Semantica eidetica e semantica fisica nel Fedone (abstract) (full paper)
  • Simon Trepanier (University of Edinburgh), Empedocles in the Phaedo: Scare-quote Pythagoreanism? (abstract) (full paper)
  • Sophia Stone (Lynn University), Being in the Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Suzanne Obdrzalek (Claremont McKenna College), The Extended Soul in Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Taichi Miura (King’s College London), The immortality and imperishability of the soul: Plato’s final proof of the soul’s immortality in Phaedo (102a-107b) (abstract) (full paper)
  • Tania Fadda (Università degli Studi di Cagliari), Sulla natura incorruttibile dell’anima in Enneade IV, [2] 7 (abstract)
  • Thomas Alexander Szlezák (Universität Tübingen), Zur Bedeutung von heōs epi ti hikanon elthois (Phaidon 101 e1) (abstract)
  • Thomas Davies (Princeton University), The Theory of Forms as Natural Philosophy (abstract) (full paper)
  • Thomas Tuozzo (University of Kansas), Sense Perception and Explanation in the Phaedo (abstract)
  • Tonguc Seferoglu (King’s College London), What Do We Know?: Research Method and Philosophical Purpose of Plato’s Phaedo (abstract) (full paper)
  • Vasilis Politis (Trinity College), Plato on the Origin and Development of the Theory of Forms (abstract)
  • Wei Liu (Renmin University of China), Harmonia and Soul: Simmias’ Challenge and Socrates’ Response (abstract)
  • William Altman (Independent Scholar), Plato’s Phaedo and “the Art of Glaucus”: Transcending the Distortions of Developmentalism (abstract) (full paper)
  • Willie Costello (Stanford University), Platonic causes, in context (abstract) (full paper)
  • Yasuhira (Yahei) Kanayama (Nagoya University), Socrates’ Last Words  (abstract) (full paper)