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Aristotle: Forever After?

Monday, May 1, 2023 @ 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Kaplan 348,

A roundtable organized by Giulia Sissa (Classics, Political Science, UCLA).

  • Iacopo Costa (CNRS and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
    “Can We Bypass the Middle Ages When We Read Aristotle?”
  • Dimitris Vardoulakis (Western Sydney University)
    “Aristotle’s Phronesis: a Hidden Presence in Political Philosophy?”
  • Guillaume Navaud (Lycée Henri IV)
    “Correcting/Cancelling Evil in Literature: a Resurgence of an Anti-Aristotelian Platonism?”
  • Davide Panagia (Political Science, UCLA)
    “Aristotle’s Political Theory of Media”
  • Giulia Sissa (Political Science, Comparative Literature and Classics, UCLA)
    “Aristotle’s Error. And Why It Is Still Bad for Women”
  • Anthony Pagden (Political Science, UCLA)
    “Natural Slavery, yet Another Paradigmatic Error”
  • Ziyaad Bhorat, Discussant (USC Dornsife Center for Science, Technology, & Public Life; Berggruen Institute; Harvard University Carr Center for Human Rights Policy)

Co-sponsored by UCLA Program in Experimental Critical Theory and UCLA Department of Political Science.

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Monday, May 1, 2023
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Kaplan 348


CMRS Center for Early Global Studies