Visiting Speaker Colloquium
Professor Dominic Scott of the University of Virginia addressed the Centre on Wednesday 24 October 2012. Professor Scott's talk was titled "Plato's Republic and its Audiences."
On Monday 4 February Professor Catherine Rowett of the University of East Anglia addressed the Plato Centre and the Philosophy Department at Trinity College Dublin. Professor Rowett's talk was titled, "How come the rulers are the first to believe the Noble Lie?".
On Wednesday 6 February Dr. Joachim Aufderheide of King's College London addressed the Centre. Dr. Aufderheide's talk was titled, "The Goodness of Pleasure in Plato's Philebus."
On Friday 8 March 2013 Dr. Roman Dilcher of Universität Heidelberg addressed the Centre. Dr. Dilcher's talk was titled, "The Epistemology of Heraclitus: How not to Conceive of Heraclitean Harmony".
On Friday 19 April Professor Panos Dimas of the University of Oslo and Director of the Norwegian Institute Athens addressed the Centre. Professor Dimas' talk, On Plato's Gorgias, was held in the Plato Centre Seminar Room, 1937 Reading Room, Front Square, Trinity College.
On Friday 3 May 2013 Dr. Cesare Catà, Università di Macerata, addressed the Centre. Dr. Catà's talk was titled, "Cusanus: Platonic Thought Between Philosophy and Preaching".
On Friday 10 May 2013 Dr. Benoît Castelnérac, Départment de philosophie et d'éthique appliquée, Univesite de Sherbrooke/Europhilosophie Invited Scholar 2012, will address the Centre. Dr. Castelnérac's talk, "Parmenidean Motifs in Plato's Charmides and Parmenides" will be held at 4pm in the Plato Centre Seminar Room, 1937 Reading Room, Front Square, Trinity College Dublin. All are welcome.
On Friday 17 May 2013 Adam Crager, Princeton University, will address the Centre. Adam's talk, "Aristotle on Terminating Demonstrations and Infinite Chains of Predication (Posterior Analytics i. 19–22)", will be held at 4pm in the Plato Centre Seminar Room, 1937 Reading Room, Front Square, Trinity College Dublin. All are welcome.