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INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM “Aristotle in Translation: the Organon”
University of Lisbon, Faculty of Letters, room 5.2.
23, 24, 26 April 2018
The Center of Philosophy of the University of Lisbon brings forth the international symposium “Aristotle in Translation: the Organon” the 23rd, 24th and 26thApril 2018 in the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon.
The meeting is organized by the Group of History of Philosophy of the Centre of Philosophy of the University of Lisbon (HPhil) and the Project of the Annotated Translation of the Complete Works of Aristotle (PTDC/MHC-FIL/0787/2014).
David Bronstein (Georgetown University): “The Structure of Aristotelian Demonstration”
Paolo Crivelli (Université de Genève): “Truth and Formal Validity in the Prior Analytics”
Paolo Fait (University of Oxford): “The Fallacy of Equivocation in Aristotle’s On Sophistical Refutations”
Paulo Tadeu Ferreira (Universidade Federal de São Paulo): “On the Fallacy of Accident in Aristotle’s SE”
Pieter Hasper (Indiana University Bloomington): “The Textual History of the Organon: With Preliminary New Texts for Chapters from the Analytica Priora, Analytica Posteriora, Topica and Sophistici Elenchi”; and “Editing and Translating the Sophistical Refutations: Some Difficult Passages”
Marko Malink (New York University): “On the Meaning of Einai in Aristotle’s account of Deductive Inference”
Richard McKirahan (Pomona College): “As in a Battle when a Rout has Occurred”
António Pedro Mesquita (Universidade de Lisboa): “Differences and Predicables”
Pierre-Marie Morel (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne): “How to Translate Deiknunai in APo?”
Bernardo Mota (Universidade de Lisboa): “Proposals for Translating and Interpreting Aristotle’s Analytica from Early-Modern Courses of Logic”
Pierre Pellegrin (CNRS): “Etiology and demonstration in Posterior Analytics II 11”
Ricardo Santos (Universidade de Lisboa): “Aristotle on Term Negation and the Invalidity of Obversion”
Hermann Weidemann (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster): “A Trouble-Maker for Translators: The Aristotelian Phrase τὸ τί ἦν εἶναι”
Marco Zingano (Universidade de São Paulo): “Aristotle’s Categories and the Doctrine of General Traits of Being”