On September 15-17, the workshop Plato On Change will take place at USI with F. Ademollo, P. Crivelli, M. Duncombe, S. Feldman, M. L. Gill, A. Giordani, T. Irani, B. Lienemann, P. Natali, P. Sabrier, B. M. Sattler, Z. Wang, and many other participants.
Here is the abstract of the workshop:
What is Plato’s account of change? Which kinds of change does he accept? Are all changes ultimately spatial? Is any change relational? Do Forms change? Why is change one of the greatest kinds? Is there an instant of change? What could it mean that everything is change and nothing further? Which lesson can be learnt from the puzzle of the dice? The workshop ‘Plato on Change’ is a unique chance to discuss these and related questions on the metaphysics of change in Plato’s dialogues, to present scientific results on the topic in a friendly, stimulating, and international environment, and to boost further research on the topic.
This workshop will take place exclusively on USI West Campus, Lugano. If you want to attend the workshop, please send an email to paolo.gigli(a)usi.ch<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Workshop%20Plato%20on%20Change> by mid-August.
Find the program attached, and more information: https://www.usi.ch/en/feeds/24043