Saturday, February 20, 2010

Aristotle and Aristotelianism at Marquette

“Science and Intellect in Aristotle and the Aristotelian Tradition”
Fifth Annual Marquette Summer Seminar in
Ancient and Medieval Philosophy,
June 28-30, 2010

http://web.mac.com/mistertea/Midwest_Seminar/2010_Summer_Aristotle_Conference.html

Presented by the Midwest Seminar in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
and the Aquinas and the Arabs Project with the support of the Helen
Way Klingler College of Arts and Sciences at Marquette and the Andrew
W. Mellon Fund

Marquette University
Department of Philosophy
Milwaukee, Wisconsin,

This Conference is intended to provide a formal occasion and central
location for philosophers and scholars of the Midwest region (and
elsewhere) to present and discuss their current work on Aristotle and
his interpreters in ancient, medieval and contemporary philosophy.

For the 2009 conference a record number of applications (41) were
received for the 15 slots for presentations. Thematic unity came to
play a role in the final selection procedure, as did other
considerations. We regret that we had to decline so many very fine
proposals.

Conference Proposal Submission Guidelines
Established Scholars: send a title and tentative abstract;
Graduate Students: send a title, abstract, CV and a supporting letter
from your faculty advisor or dissertation director.
NOTE: Abstracts should be 150 words or fewer.

Send applications to: Richard.Taylor@Marquette.edu.

OPENING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS: February 1.
The Selection Committee will select presenters on the basis of
quality of proposals (title and abstract) and scholarly record as the
primary criteria.
PROGRAM ANNOUNCED: April 1 or earlier if filled.

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