[SydPhil] Critical Antiquities Workshop - Emanuela Bianchi
tristan.bradshaw at sydney.edu.au
Tue Oct 26 10:09:33 AEDT 2021
At the next Critical Antiquities Workshop, Emanuela Bianchi (NYU) will be presenting her paper, ‘Aristotle and the Ends of Eros.’ The event will be held on Friday, November 5 11am-12:30pm (Sydney time). That translates to the following times elsewhere:
Tokyo: Friday, 9am-10:30am
Singapore: Friday, 8am-9:30am
Los Angeles: Thursday, 5-6:30pm
Mexico City: Thursday, 6-7:30pm
New York City: Thursday, 8-9:30pm
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Here is the abstract:
While eros is of key philosophical significance for Plato, it all but disappears in Aristotle's thought, replaced by that more rational and reciprocal relation, philia. This paper explores the demise of eros in Aristotle via an investigation of the ancient epithet erōs lusimelēs, and suggests, with the assistance of Julia Kristeva, that it may reappear in other forms in his corpus, disguised and sublimated yet still operative.
We hope to see you there,
Tristan and Ben
ARC Postdoctoral Research Fellow | Co-director, Critical Antiquities Network
The University of Sydney
Department of Classics and Ancient History
School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
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