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The Canadian Colloquium for Ancient Philosophy will take place at McMaster from the morning of Friday, October 14 to around noon on Sunday, October 16 (the weekend at the end of the mid-term break). Friday and Saturday sessions will be held in Convocation Hall and are open — anyone is welcome to attend all or part of either day. Anyone who wishes to attend the Sunday morning session should contact Mark Johnstone (mjohnst@mcmaster.ca).

The following sessions may be of particular interest:

Keynote 1: Charlotte Witt (University of New Hampshire): “Hylomorphism: Artifacts and Animals,” Friday, 9:10-10:20am.

Panel: Sexual Difference in Aristotle’s Biological and Political Works, featuring Mariska Leunissen (UNC Chapel Hill), Marguerite Deslauriers (McGill) and Devin Henry (Western), Friday, 4:00-6:00pm

Keynote 2: Stephen Menn (McGill / Humboldt Universit√§t): “Does God Have a Power for Aristotle?” Saturday, 2:20-3:30pm.

The full conference program can be accessed using the following link: http://www.ancientphilosophy.ca/

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Date(s) - October 14, 2016 - October 16, 2016
All Day

McMaster University, Convocation Hall, UH/2nd Floor

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