Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy - 2023 Meeting (Oxford)

The 2023 Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy meeting will take place in Oxford on 11th and 12th September. 
All talks will be held in the Faculty of Philosophy and a dinner will be held in Corpus Christi College on the evening of the 11th.
As previously agreed, we have not reserved rooms in a particular college: participants who require accommodation may book rooms in a college of their choice via this website:
Provisional Programme

Monday 11th September

2-3:30:  Alex Long (St Andrews) - Nature, Justice and Natural Law in Cicero's De Legibus

Coffee Break

4-5:30: Reier Helle (LMU) What is it to be a Stoic being? 


Conference Dinner


Tuesday 12th September

9:30-10:15: Chiara Martini (Oxford) - Intelligible Matter and Spatial Extension: Aristotle on the Applicability of Geometry

10:15-11: Branislav Kotoc (KCL) - Say what you believe: Sincerity as a conversational norm in early Plato

Coffee Break

11:30-1: Frisbee Sheffield (Cambridge) - Socratic Dialogue as an Ethical Practice




2-3:30: Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi (UCL) - Elpis in Plato’s Laws

Coffee Break

4-5:30: David Ebrey (Barcelona) - Timaeus’ Origin Myth

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