Participants

 

  1. Adam Beresford, USA : The On Truth Papyrus: Antiphon on Human Equality. 

  2. Aditi Chaturvedi, India : The demiurgic function of Love in the fragments of Empedocles.

  3. Alexander P. D. Mourelatos, USA : Parmenides of Elea and Xenophanes of Colophon: the Conceptually Deeper Connections. 

  4. Alexandra Theodoropoulou, Greece : Parmenides’s On Nature and the unfolding of Eon (Being) as an initiatory process. 

  5. Alexandre Costa, Brazil : On the mutual incompatibility between being (eínai) and coming-to-be (gígnesthai) in the Poem of Parmenides.

  6. André Luiz Braga da Silva, Brazil : Parmenides’ Principle of Non-Contradiction in Plato’s Republic and Sophist.

  7. Andrei V. Lebedev, Greece : Analogies from gold-washing and seeds winnowing in early cosmogonies and Plato’s Timaeus. Neglected evidence on the cosmic vortex in Anaximander, Anaxagoras and Xenophanes. 

  8. Anna Izdebska, Germany / Poland : The significance of Presocratics in medieval Arabic narratives about Greek philosophy. 

  9. Arnaud Macé, France : On growing seeds: exploring the function of growth in Anaxagoras’ Metaphysics. 

  10. Attila Németh, Hungar : Democritus on atomic shapes. 

  11. Barbara M. Sattler, Deutschlan : Zeno’s understanding of apeiron.

  12. Benjamin Folit-Weinber, UK : Parmenides’ hodos of inquiry and the invention of what-is. 

  13. Bernardo Berruecos Frank, Mexico : On the Counterpoint of Rhythm and Meter: Poetics of Dislocation and Anomalous Versification in Parmenides’ Poem. 

  14. Bruno Conte, Brazil : The gap between Parmenides’ argument on Being and his cosmology in the Aristotelian account. 

  15. Carlo Santanielo, Italia : Empedoclean Epistemology. 

  16. Carlos Augusto de Oliveira Carvalhar, Brazil : Plato against Heraclitus: is sophía attainable?

  17. Caterina Pellò, UK : Sleeping and Dying in Presocratic Philosophy. 

  18. Catherine Rowett, UK : Did matter really matter to the Presocratics? 

  19. Celso Vieira, Germany : Ordinary Examples as Exploratory Models in Heraclitus. 

  20. Chiara Ferella, Germany : Change of Form: Personal Survival and Continuity of Self in Empedocles’ Concept. 

  21. Chiara Raffaella Ciampa, UK : Between poetry, philosophy and medicine: body, soul and dreams in Pindar, Heraclitus and the Hippocratic author.

  22. Christopher Kurfess, USA : Living Letters: Theophrastus and Aristotle in Dialogue on the Atomists.

  23. Claudia Luchetti, Germany / Austria : "The Things that I prize the most”. The Dawn of Subjectivity in Heraclitus. 

  24. Clive Chandler, South Africa : Anaximander’s Earthquake: Some Problems and Reflections’ Author’s. 

  25. Constança Barahona, Brazil : The constitution of the soul - Aristotle’s critics on the Presocractics in the Parva Naturalia. 

  26. Constantinos Macris, France : New perspectives on ancient Pythagorean philosophy: The advantages of the prosopographical method. 

  27. Daniel Mazza Mato, Brazil : The incorporeality of what-is in Melissus of Samos. 

  28. David Hernández Castro, Spain : The Theophania of Apollo: The Proem of Parmenides and the Topography of the Sanctuary of Delphi.

  29. Deyvis Deniz Machín, Venezuela : On nature. An approach to Diogenes of Apollonia’s material and physiocognitive monism.

  30. Dmitri Panchenko, Russian : The Legacy of the European Bronze Age and the Presocratic Cosmologies.

  31. Emese Mogyoródi, Hungary : Materialism and Immaterialism, Compatibility and Incompatibility in Parmenides. 

  32. Enrico Volpe, Italy : La presenza di Parmenide nel Medioplatonismo. Il caso di Numenio.

  33. Eric Sanday, USA : The Spontaneity of What-Is in Parmenides Fr. 8.

  34. Federico Casella, Italy : Empedocles’ dimidiate panentheism : transcendence and immanence of philia between cosmic laws and human agency.

  35. Fernando Santoro, Brazil : Venus and Parmenides’ Erotics. 

  36. Francesco Ferro, Italy :  Parmenides: a Superficial and Stubborn Father. The Eleatic Legacy in the Sophist.

  37. Gabriela Cursaru, Canada : Empedocles’ differentiated usage of στροφάλιγξ and δίνη. 

  38. Gabriele Cornelli, Brazil : Iniciação e Catábase no proemio do Poema de Parmênides. 

  39. Gina Zavota, USA : Elemental: The Status of the Four Roots in Empedocles’ Ontology. 

  40. Giovanna R. Giardina, Italy : Aristotle on the continuum of Democritus.

  41. Giovanni Casertano, Italy : Logistikòn, thymós and epithymía before Plato. 

  42. Gottfried Heinemann, Germany : Still Another Note on Zeno's Arrow.

  43. Ilaria Andolfi, Italy : Empedocles, PStrab ens. d 10b-18 + f: guilty souls, animals, whole-natured beings or plants? 

  44. Ioannis Kalogerakos, Greece : Andreia in Democritus. 

  45. Irini-Fotini Viltanioti, Greece : Why does Sphairos not have two branches? Empedocles' fr. 29 and 134 DK.

  46. Jeremy C. DeLong, USA :  The “Knowing Lights” of Parmenides’ 1.3.

  47. Jonathan Griffiths, UK : Can we find a theory of self-motion in Anaxagoras?

  48. Joseph Zehner, USA : Craft, Chance, and Birth: Aphrodite in Empedocles. 

  49. Keith Begley, Ireland : Heraclitus and Plato against Polymathy and Parataxis.

  50. Kelli C. Rudolph, UK : Why does Democritus distinguish between real and conventional? 

  51. Laetitia Monteils-Laeng, Canada : Topological-cosmological Ordering of Plants by Empedocles and Aristotle. 

  52. Laura Marshall, USA : Parmenides and Apollonius: Hellenistic Poetry and the Presocratics. 

  53. Lea Cantor, UK :  Assuming Parmenides argued for numerical monism, what follows?

  54. Leon Wash, USA : Empedocles’ Definition of Wine (fr. 81). 

  55. Leonardo Franchi, Italy : Heraclitus and Parmenides via Seneca. 

  56. Liliana Carolina Sánchez Castro, Colombia : Aristotle on Anaxagoras ́ Intellect. 

  57. Luca Dondoni, UK : The Quest for Fundamentality. 

  58. Lucas Manuel Álvarez, Argentina : Los efectos del cuerpo visible desde la óptica gorgiana. 

  59. Ludmila Dostalova, Czech Republic : The Rise of Logic from Politics. 

  60. Luis Márcio Fontes, Brazil : Melissus’ B8: a reappraisal. 

  61. Luke Parker, USA :  A critique of Heraclitus’ poetics in Plato’s Cratylus. 

  62. Manfred Kraus, Germany : Ὁμόν, ὁμοῦ, ὁμῶς etc. and Parmenidean Monism.

  63. Marco Beconi, Italy : New Perspectives on the σοφοί of Miletus: the case of Thales, Anaximander, and Xenophanes. 

  64. Maria Teresa Padilla, Mexico : The protoelemental humidity of Thales as the beginning of Philosophical thought on a living φύσις. 

  65. Mariapaola Bergomi, ITALY : Soul’s Temperature. Hippo of Rhegium and the etymology of ψυχή in Plato’s Cra., 399 d-e.

  66. Mark Sentesy, USA : The Problem with Parmenides’s False Road Story. 

  67. Martim Reyes C. Silva, Brazil : Heraclitus' Discourse as an Archaic Composition.

  68. Mateo Duque, USA : Individuation in Heraclitus. 

  69. Mathilde Brémond, France : Gorgias’ role in the reception of Eleaticism.

  70. Max Bergamo, France / Germany : How to Dispose of the Bodies of the Dead: The Duo Democritus-Heraclitus in a Peculiar Hellenistic Tradition.

  71. Michael Augustin, USA: Democritus on the Non-necessity of Children.

  72. Michalis Chondrokoukis, Greece : Empedoclean Acosmia: the dubious idea of the "four concentric spheres" and some related eschatological misinterpretations. 

  73. Michalis Tegos, Greece : The Greek Event’ in Contemporary Philosophy. ..

  74. Miriam Peixoto, Brazil : Pleonexia. Democritus' verdict on the desire to always have more.

  75. Nathasja van Luijn, UK :  Just like an oil lamp: Diogenes of Apollonia’s teleological view of the rise of Nile. 

  76. Nestor-Luis Cordero, France : Jusqu'où va la "Voie de la Doxa" chez Parménide?/ How far does the "Way of Doxa" go in Parmenides?

  77. Nicola S. Galgano, Brazil : Parmenides DK 28 B 4, the discovery of the abstraction. 

  78. Omar D. Álvarez Salas, Mexico : Pherecydes’ shifting theonyms: word coinage or dialectal variation? 

  79. Oreste Salamone, Argentina : Cosmologie de l’auteur du Papyrus de Dervei. Quatre agents pour un seul cosmos : la nuit, l’horizon cosmique, le soleil et l’air-intellect. 

  80. Pierre Destrée, Belgium : Why did the sceptic Timon choose Xenophanes as his mouthpiece ?

  81. Rachel Barney, Canada : Protagoras and the Parmenides.

  82. Radim Kočandrle, Czech Republic : Beginnings of the Concept of a Spherical Earth in Ancient Greek Cosmology and Its Preconditions. 

  83. Rafael Pitt, Brazil : Empedocles, Papyrus Derveni, Orpheotelestas.

  84. Rainer Guggenberger, Brazil : One God Amongst Gods? Embedment and Contextualization of the Theological Fragments of Xenophanes DK 21 B 23-26. 

  85. Richard McKirahan, USA : An Aristotelianizing Parmenides. 

  86. Richard Neels, Canada : Anaximander’s Metaphysical Foundationalis. 

  87. Robert Hahn, USA : Did Aristotle get the Origins of Philosophy Wrong? Modular Thinking, Substance Monism, and the Origins of Philosophy: Architecture, Gnomon, Coinage, and the Felting of Wool. 

  88. Rogerio G. de Campos, Brazil : Pythagoras not written in Hermias of Alexandria. 

  89. Sarah Feldman, Canada : Unity of Ignorance, Ignorance of Unity: Animal-Human Juxtapositions in Heraclitus. 

  90. Sergiusz Kazmierski, Germany : Kleanthes liest Heraklit / Cleanthes reads Heraclitus.

  91. Shaul Tor, UK : Philolaus on knowledge and boundaries.

  92. Simon Trépanier, UK : Re-editing and Re-interpreting lines d 1-10, of the Strasbourg papyrus of Empedocles. 

  93. Stefania Giombini, Spain : For a ‘proto-history’ of the principle of non-contradiction: Gorgias and Antiphon. 

  94. Stephen White, USA : Theocracy and Demiurgic Creation in Pherecydes. 

  95. Sylvana Chrysakopoulou, Greece : Who are the meteorologists in Aristophanes’ Clouds?

  96. Taha Karagöz, France : Heraclitus on Naming, Signifying and Declaration. 

  97. Takashi Oki, Japan : Aristotle’s Refutation of the Eleatic Argument in Physics I.8. 

  98. Thomas Slabon, USA : God-Given Functions and the Choiceworthiness of Wisdom: Archytas’ On Wisdom and Aristotle’s Protrepticus. 

  99. Thomas Tuozzo, USA : Anaxagoras’ Corpuscular Gunk: Crunching the Numbers. 

  100. Tom Wellmann, Germany : Empedocles on the First Human Beings. 

  101. Tomaz de Tassis, Brazil : Some Considerations on Peter Kingsley’s Interpretation of Early Greek Philosophy: A Reading Based on Voegelin, Heidegger and McEvilley. 

  102. Vassilis Karasmanis, Greece:  Hippocrates of Chios and his Contributions to Mathematics. 

  103. Viktor Ilievski, España : The Presocratics and the Problem of Evil. 

  104. Vishnya Knezhevich, Serbia : Philolaus’s or Hippocratic Embryological Model of Cosmogenesis (and Do We Need to Choose)?

  105. Vojtěch Hladký, Czechia : Empedocles’ zoogony: Attempt of a new reconstruction.

  106. William Wians, USA : Xenophanes the Sophist? 

  107. Zoe Audra, UK:  Language, Truth and the Rational Capacity in Parmenides.

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