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Beierwaltes Seminar VII - Footnotes to Plato

Beierwaltes Seminar VII
When Oct 16, 2020
from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Where ZOOM
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The Beierwaltes Seminars on Christian Platonism, hosted by the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism twice a year, revolve around key concepts of Platonism and their transformation in Christian philosophy from the Alexandrians Clement and Origen to the present day. After reading and discussing excerpts from the work of the eminent German scholar Werner Beierwaltes (translated into English for the first time), both PhD students and postdocs give papers on their current research on Origen and Christian Platonism. Everyone interested in and working on Platonism is cordially invited to take part.

 

Beierwaltes Seminar VII (16th October 2020)

 

For a pdf of the programme, click here.

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