[Electronic Antiquity]

ELECTRONIC ANTIQUITY:
COMMUNICATING THE CLASSICS

Current Editor
Terry Papillon, Terry.Papillon@vt.edu
Volume 1, Number 7
February 1994


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DUTY, INTEREST, AND PRACTICAL REASON
Aristotle, Kant, and the Stoics

The Program in Classics, Philosophy and Ancient Science at the University of Pittsburgh announces a conference supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities to be held 18-20 March 1994.

The conference will pair scholars working on ancient (Aristotelian or Stoic) ethics with scholars working on modern (Kantian) ethics in order to re-evaluate the traditional view that ancient 'teleological' ethics and modern 'deontological' ethics are fundamentally opposed.

Speakers include:

John McDowell
Barbara Herman
Julia Annas
Christine Korsgaard
Jennifer Whiting
Allen Wood
Terence Irwin
Stephen Engstrom
James Allen
John Cooper
Jerome Schneewind.

The full program has been posted in the Philosophy Dept. (events elsewhere on the 9th floor bulletin board) and in the Classics Dept.

PLEASE NOTE. NEH funds will provide up to $200 in travel funds for fifteen independent or younger scholars. For further information contact:

Thomas Berry,
Dept. of Philosophy,
Univ. of Pittsburgh,
Pittsburgh
PA 15260,
U.S.A.
FAX: 412-624-5377.

COPYRIGHT NOTE: Copyright remains with authors, but due 
reference should be made to this journal if any part of the above is 
later published elsewhere.

Electronic Antiquity Vol. 1 Issue 7 - February 1994
edited by Peter Toohey and Ian Worthington
antiquity-editor@classics.utas.edu.au
ISSN 1320-3606



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