Meetings

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Eleventh meeting: September 29th - October 2nd 2015
in Ascea (Italy)

Subject: Alcinoos, Didascalicus


Tenth meeting: September 15-18th 2013
in the Vogelsburg, Würzburg (Deutschland)

Subject: Plotins Metaphysik des Guten. Eine philosophische und philologische Lektüre der Enneade VI 7 [38]


Ninth meeting: September 18-21th, 2011
in Villa Vigoni, Loveno di Menaggio (Italy)

Subject: Philosophy of Space/Place in Late Antiquity. Reconsidering Simplicius' Corollariy on Place


Eighth meeting: September 30th - October 3rd, 2009
in Crêt Bérard, Puidoux (near Lausanne, Switzerland)

Subject: Das Ende der griechischen Metaphysik: Damaskios, "Peri archon"


Seventh meeting: September 26-29th, 2007
in Berlin (Germany)

Subject: Plutarch, "De E apud Delphos"


Sixth meeting: September 23-25th, 2005
in Leiden (Netherlands)

Subject: Proclus, "De providentia et fato et eo quod in nobis ad Theodorum Mechanicum"
Publication: Steel, C., Proclus, De providentia. Translated by C.S., London 2007


Fifth meeting: September 26-30th, 2003
in Münster (Germany)

Subject: Apuleius from Madaura, "De deo Socratis"
Publication: Apuleius, De deo Socratis / über den Gott des Sokrates. Eingeleitet, übersetzt und mit interpretierenden Essays versehen von M. Baltes (†), M.-L. Lakmann, J.M. Dillon, P. Donini, R. Häfner, L. Karfíková, Darmstadt 2004 (SAPERE 7)


Fourth meeting: September 26-30th, 2002
in Prague (Czech Republic)

Subject: The anonymous Neoplatonic commentary on Plato's Parmenides
Publication: M. Baltes, Anonymos, "In Platonis Parmenidem commentarium" (Cod. Taur. F IV 1): Anmerkungen zum Text, in: Papiri Filosofici. Miscellanea di Studi IV, Florenz 2003 (Studi e testi per il Corpus dei Papiri filosofici greci et latini 11) 31-40


Third meeting: September 29th - October 3rd, 2001
in Florence (Italy)

Subject: Marsilio Ficino


Second meeting: September 27-29th, 2000
in Rothenberge/Münster (Germany)

Subject: Marius Victorinus Publication: Baltes, M., Marius Victorinus. Zur Philosophie in seinen theologischen Schriften, München, Leipzig 2002 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 174)


First meeting: October 13-15th, 1999,
when the Academy was officially founded,
in Rothenberge/Münster (Germany)

Subject: Porphyre of Tyre, "De philosophia ex oraculis haurienda"