Reconsidering the Sources of the Self in the Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Periods

Titles and abstracts

Simon Goldhill, Classics, King’s College, Cambridge

53 WAYS TO LEAVE YOUR MOTHER: DEATH AND THE SELF (Abstract)

M.M McCabe, Philosophy, King’s College, London

FRAMING (SOME) SELF IN THE PLATONIC DIALOGS (Abstract)

José Luis Bermúdez, Philosophy, Texas A&M University

DID ARISTOTLE HAVE A CONCEPTION OF THE SELF? (Abstract)

James Wetzel, Philosophy, Villanova

THE ACCIDENTAL TOURIST: BREAKAWAY SOULHOOD IN PLOTINUS AND ITS SELFINESS (Abstract)

Catherine Conybeare, Classics, Bryn Mawr

AUGUSTINE AND THE ORIGINS OF THE SELF (Abstract)

Alexis Torrance, Theology, Notre Dame

THE HESYCHAST SELF: INTERIORITY AND EMBODIED PERFECTION IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF GREGORY PALAMAS (Abstract)

Jessica Wright, Philosophy & Classics, UT San Antonio

THE SUFFERING BRAIN IN EARLY CHRISTIANITY (Abstract)

Abigail Firey, History, Kentucky

SPACES OF THE SELF: SPATIAL METAPHOR IN EARLY MEDIEVAL IDENTITY FORMATION (Abstract)

Colin Chamberlain, Philosophy, Temple

“A DECAYING CARKASS”? ASTELL ON THE EMBODIED SELF (Abstract)

Patrick Connolly, Philosophy, Lehigh

THE FACULTIES OF MAN IN LOCKE AND HIS PREDECESSORS (Abstract)

Sarah Beckwith, English, Duke

THE ORDINARY AND THE TRAGIC: CHARLES TAYLOR’S SOURCES OF THE SELF (Abstract)

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