Law and deliberation in Athenian philosophy and oratory
This event requires that you pre-register or buy tickets.
- This 24-hour programme of events opens with our own Jon Hesk on ‘Models of reasoning, deliberation and decision in Athenian oratory’, followed by Roger Brock from Leeds on ‘Hoi nomoi keleuousi: law(s) as agent(s) in fourth-century rhetoric and philosophy’ and Columbia's Marcus Folch on ‘Plato on women, law, and performance in the Republic and Laws’. The afternoon will be followed by dinner at the Byre Theatre. Day two sees Hannah Willey from Cambridge talk on ‘Plato on law and its alternatives’, Glasgow's Richard Stalley on ‘Plato on the natural correctness of laws’, and Edinburgh’s Mirko Canevaro on ‘Aristotle on judges and arbitrators: philosophy and the administration of justice in the Greek poleis’.
- School of Classics
- Academic, Workshop
- Open to
- All staff and students, Public
- Friday, 24 March 2017
- 2:15 PM to 6:00 PM
- School of Classics Swallowgate Room S11
- Alex Long
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Registration includes dinner on the Friday evening at the Byre. Please register via the University shop by 15 March 2017. If you would like to attend the workshop but not the dinner, please send an email to email@example.com.