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TEACHING CLASSICS
Fundamental Values in

the Changing World

May 1 – 7, 2009
Akademgorodok

Novosibirsk, Russia
Novosibirsk State University

Institute of Philosophy and Law

Centre for Ancient Philosophy

and the Classical Tradition

TEACHING CLASSICS
Fundamental Values in

the Changing World
May 1 – 7, 2009

Akademgorodok

Novosibirsk, Russia
Supported by

Open Society Institute

Higher Education Support Program


Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Eugene AFONASIN, Director of the Project

Anna KUZNETSOVA, Administrative Director

Natalia PEREDEREEVA, Secretary and Accountant



VENUE
Hotel and recreation centre

LESNAYA SKAZKA,

Berdsk, Novosibirsk region, Russia

Tel. +7 (383) 334 06 23; 334 06 80



lesnayaskazka@mail.ru

http://www.lesnaya-skazka.ru/


For additional information please write

Eugene Afonasin at afonasin@gmail.com

Or refer to http://www.nsu.ru/classics/reset/index.htm

Front page
The House C at the Athenian Agora

(The House of Damascius)

Centre for Ancient Philosophy

and the Classical Tradition

Novosibirsk, Russia

http://www.nsu.ru/classics/

+7 (383) 363 20 35

P. Box 127, Novosibirsk, 630090, Russia

E-mail: afonasin@gmail.com
P R O G R A M
May 1, Friday


Opening session

14.30–15.00

Eugene Afonasin

On the Scope and Nature of the Project. Some Preliminaries to the Spring Session



Reading class

15.00–17.00

Plato, Timaeus – I

Conducted by Svetlana Mesyats and

Andrej Schetnikov

May 2, Saturday

Lecture and Discussion

10.30–13.00

Luc Brisson

The meaning of eikos muthos in Plato's Timaeus

13.00–15.00

Lunch


Reading class

15.00–17.00

Plato, Timaeus – II

Conducted by Svetlana Mesyats and

Andrej Schetnikov

May 3, Sunday

Reading class

10.30–13.00

Plato, Timaeus – III

Conducted by Svetlana Mesyats and

Andrej Schetnikov

13.00–15.00

Lunch

Lecture and Discussion

15.00–17.00

Luc Brisson

The ontological structure of Plato's cosmoloty



May 4, Monday

Lecture and Discussion

10.30–13.00

Eugene Afonasin and Anna Kuznetsova

Houses of philosophical schools in Athens

13.00–15.00

Lunch


Lecture and Discussion

15.00–17.00

Luc Brisson

How and why do the building blocks of the universe change constantly in Plato's Timaeus ?



May 5, Tuesday

Lecture and Discussion

15.00–17.00

Luc Brisson

The Timaeus in late Antiquity



May 6, Wednesday

Round-Table Discussion

10.30–13.00

Luc Brisson

Inventing the universe in Antiquity and today

13.00–15.00

Lunch

Reading Class and Discussion

15.00–17.00

Eugene Afonasin and Anna Kuznetsova

Plato’s Atlantis and Santorini

May 7, Thursday

Reading class

10.30–13.00

Plato, Timaeus – IV

Conducted by Svetlana Mesyats and

Andrej Schetnikov

13.00–15.00

Lunch

Closing session

15.00–17.00



Reading Philosophical Texts:

Solving textological and conceptual problems, editing techniques and new technologies of reading and editing classical texts

Results and Future Plans

PARTICIPANTS

of the project

 

Anna AFONASINA (KUZNETSOVA)



Doctoral Student at Novosibirsk State University; studied theology and religion at Altay State University (Barnaul) and philosophy at Novosibirsk State University; teaches courses in sociology, the history of religion, and Ancient philosophy; a specialist in Ancient Greek Philosophy, esp. the Pythagorean Tradition
Eugene AFONASIN

Professor of Philosophy at Novosibirsk State University, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences; studied physics at Novosibirsk University, medieval philosophy at the Central European University, and classics at Oxford and Boston; teaches classes on the history of philosophy, Roman Law, and Latin; a specialist in Ancient Greek Philosophy, esp. Late Antiquity; published books on Gnosticism and a Russian translation of the Stromateis by Clement of Alexandria


Sergey ASTAPOV

Associate Professor, South State University, Rostov-on-Don; studied philosophy at Rostov State University; teaches the history of religion, Patristic theology, and Latin; research interests include methodology of the theological thought; the Orthodox apophatic thought and negative dialectics as the method of apophatism, esp. in the Hesychasts.

 

Leonidas BARGELIOTES



Emeritus Professor at the University of Athens and the President of Olympic Center for Philosophy and Culture; studied theology and philosophy at the University of Athens and the Universities of Norma and Emory (USA); a very experienced organizer of scientific activities, published numerous works on the Classical tradition.
Igor BERESTOV

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, lecturer at Novosibirsk State University; studied geophysics and philosophy at Novosibirsk State University; teaches courses in the history of philosophy; a specialist in Ancient philosophy, esp. Plotinus

 

Luc BRISSON



Directeur de Recherche (1ère classe) au C.N.R.S., a member of the Centre Jean Pépin (Unité Propre de Recherche n° 76 du CNRS); studied philosophy, philology and sociology at l'Université de Montréal and l'École Pratique des Hautes Études; a world famous historian of Ancient philosophy; publications include translations and commentaries in Plato and Plotinus; books How Philosophers Saved Myths (ET Chicago 2004), Plato the Myth Maker (ET Chicago 1999); Inventing the Universe, with W. Meyerstein (New York 1995), Sexual Ambivalence: Androgyny and Hermaphroditism in Graeco-Roman Antiquity (ET Berkeley 2002), etc.
Pavel BUTAKOV

Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, lecturer at Novosibirsk State University; studied philosophy at Novosibirsk State University; teaches the history of philosophy; research interests include Latin Patristics, esp. Tertullian

 

John DILLON



Regius Professor of Greek (Emeritus), Trinity College, Dublin; Director of the Centre for the Study of the Platonic Tradition; studied ancient philosophy at Oxford, Dublin and the University of California, Berkeley; a worldwide known scholar of the Classical Tradition, especially Platonism; publications include The Middle Platonists (1977, 19962), The Heirs of Plato (2003), etc.

 

Michail EGOROCHKIN



Lecturer, Altay State University, Barnaul; studied theology at Altay State University; teaches culturology and philosophy; research interests include theoretical philology and Epic literature

 

Anna ELASHKINA



Doctoral Student, Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences; studied physics and philosophy at Novosibirsk State University; participates in various non-governmental program of additional education for High school pupils in Natural sciences and philosophy; research interests include Plato's dialectics and artificial intelligence
Levan GIGINEISHVILI

Professor, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University; studied philosophy at Tbilisi State University, Medieval history at the CEU, and education at Harvard University; participated in various international projects, including scholarship at the University of Leuven; teaches an introductory course in Modern Western thinking, Classical Greek literature, and a special course on Pagans and Christians in Late Antiquity; a specialist in Patristic, Byzantine, and Medieval Georgian thought, esp. Ioane Petritsi

 

Sergey GOLOVANOV



Ph.D. Candidate at the Institute of philosophy and law, Novosibirsk; studied history at Mordovian State University and theology at Ivano-Frankisk Theologian Catechetical Spiritual Institute of the UGCC; research interests include Greek and Latin Patristics, esp. Gregory the Great
Inna GOLUBOVICH

Professor, Odessa National University; studied history and philosophy at Odessa National University; teaches philosophy, anthropology, religion, and the methodology of humanities; a specialist in Ethics and Biography

 

Alexey KAMENSKIKH



Assistant Professor, Perm State Tech University; studied history at Perm State University and philosophy at Perm State Tech University; teaches a general course of philosophy, social philosophy, and religion; research interests include the history of Late Ancient philosophy and religion, esp. Christian Platonism and Gnosticism
Ioulia (Lilian) KARALI – GIANNAKOPOULOU

Professor of Environmental Archaeology, Department of Archaeology & History of Art, Faculty of History & Archaeology, School of Philosophy, at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens; studied Archaeology and Byzantine history in the University of Athens and the University of Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I); a well known archaeologist, a specialist in environmental archaeology, Greek Prehistory (Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic periods & Bronze Age), bioarchaeology (man, animals, molluscs), and geoarchaeology 


Anton KRAVCHIK

Senior lecturer, Odessa National University; studied physics and philosophy at Odessa National University; teaches the history of philosophy; research interests include the methodology of sciences and epistemology

 

Maria KRAVCHIK



Lecturer and secretary, Odessa National University; studied philosophy at Odessa National University; teaches the theory of culture and Semiotics; research focuses in the theory of culture

 

Timothy MYAKIN



Associate Professor of Classical Philology and Ancient History at Novosibirsk State University; studied history at Novosibirsk University; teaches Latin and Ancient history; a specialist in Ancient poetry, law and language; published books on Ancient poetry (Sappho); translations of Greek and Roman legal texts and a series of articles on Roman history
Svetlana MESYATS

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences; educated at Moscow Engineering Physics Institute; teaches the history of philosophy, Ontology and Metaphysics; a specialist in Ancient metaphysics and the philosophy of nature, Neoplatonism, and Late Antique philosophic commentaries. 

 

Irina MOCHALOVA



Associate Professor of Philosophy, Leningrad Pushkin State University; the editor-in-chief of the journal Vestnik LSU (series philosophy); studied the history of philosophy at St. Petersburg (Leningrad) State University; published numerous works on the Old Academy
Petr MOISEEV

Assistant Professor, Perm State Institute of Arts and Culture; studied history and philosophy at Novosibirsk State University; teaches philosophy, and history and theory of culture; research interests include Greek Patristics, esp. the Corpus Dionysiacum, and Russian Literature

 

Dmitry MORDVINOV



Teacher at Omsk branch of Moscow Institute of Foreign Languages; studied philology at Omsk State University; teaches English and Spanish; research interests include Classical philology, the methodology of teaching languages, and international relations (esp. the 17th century and nuclear non-proliferation) 
Michail NEMTSEV

Lecturer, Novosibirsk State University of Technology; studied history at Altay State Pedagogical University and philosophy at Philosophy Department of Novosibirsk State University; teaches sociology and philosophy; research interests include hermeneutics and various aspects of social science


Dominic J. O’MEARA

Professor ordinaire, Chair of Metaphysics and Ancient Philosophy at the University of Fribourg; studied ancient philosophy at Cambridge and l'École Pratique des Hautes Études; a well known historian of Ancient philosophy; the author of several critical editions, monographs, and introductory books, including Michaelis Pselli Philosophica minora (Leipzig 1989); Pythagoras Revived (Oxford 1989); Plotinus : An Introduction to the Enneads (Oxford 1993); Platonopolis. Platonic Political Philosophy in Late Antiquity (Oxford 2003); Syrianus On Aristotle Metaphysics 13-14, with J. Dillon (London 2006); Syrianus On Aristotle Metaphysics 3-4 (London 2008)


Vadim PROZOROV

Professor, Moscow State University, studied history at Moscow State University and Medieval history at the CEU; participated in various international projects, including Fulbright scholarship (the Catholic University of America, Washington, DC); teaches Medieval history, sources of the Medieval history, and historical geography; a specialist in Latin Patristics and Legal history, esp. Gregory the Great and his epoch

 

John RIST



Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto, a famous scholar of the Classical Tradition, especially Neoplatonism; studied Ancient philosophy at Cambridge; publications include Eros and Psyche:  Studies in Plato, Plotinus and Origen (Toronto 1964) Plotinus: The Road to Reality (Cambridge 1967), Human Value:  A Study of Ancient Philosophical Ethics (Philosophia Antiqua 40) (Leiden 1982), Augustine:  Ancient Thought Baptized (Cambridge 1994), Real Ethics:  Rethinking the Foundations of Morality (Cambridge 2001), etc.
Eugene RODIN

Assistant Professor, Tula State Pedagogical University; studied linguistics (English, German, Swedish) at Moscow State Linguistics University and Tula State Pedagogical University; teaches religious ethics, religious philosophy, and the history of religion; a specialist in religious philosophy, esp. Gnosticism


Andrey SCHETNIKOV

Vice director of ΣΙΓΜΑ: The Centre for Educational Projects (Novosibirsk), studied at the department of physics of Novosibirsk State University; a well known historian of Ancient mathematics; the author of numerous articles in the history of science and education; translator of Nicomachus of Gerasa, Theon of Smyrna, Proclus and other Greek authors into Russian


Sergey SHEVTSOV

Professor, Odessa National University; studied philology and philosophy at Odessa National University; teaches the history of philosophy and the philosophy of law; research interests include the history of Western and Russian legal tradition, esp. legal consciousness, and literature

 

Timur STUKANOV



Assistant Professor, Siberian State Industrial University; studied philosophy at Tomsk State University; teaches philosophy and the history and theory of culture; writes dissertation on Russian religious thought, esp. this of Lev Karsavin 

 

Teun TIELEMAN



Senior researcher and lecturer at the Department of Philosophy of Utrecht University; co-director (with Prof. Dr. Annette Merz) of the research program ‘Habent sua fata libelli: “Text processing in the philosophical and religious movements within the Roman Empire (1-300 CE)'; Director of Studies, Research Master Program of the Department of Philosophy; studied classics in Utrecht University; published Galen and Chrysippus On the Soul: Argument and Refutation in the De Placitis Books II and III (Leiden/Boston 1996) and Chrysippus’ On Affections. Reconstruction and Interpretation (Leiden/Boston 2003), and numerous articles in Ancient philosophy and science.
Andrej TIKHONOV

Associate Professor, South State University, Rostov-on-Don; studied philosophy at Rostov State University; teaches courses in the history of Western philosophy, esp. the history of anthropological thought and German Idealism; participated in a number of international schools and conferences; research interests include Plato

 

Alexander TYUTYUNNIKOV



Associate Professor, Perm State University; studied physics at Moscow Engineering Physics Institute and philosophy at Ural State University; teaches the history of philosophy and the history and methodology of sciences; research interests include Ancient philosophy, esp. Plotinus, and the philosophy of sciences

 

Mostafa YOUNESIE



Professor of Tarbiat Modarres University, Tehran, where he previously studied Western Political thought; a specialist in Classical and Medieval political philosophy viewed in comparative and intercultural prospective; published many works both on Western and Islamic intellectual traditions (especially, Plato and al-Farabi), including papers on “Political Thought, Justice and Civilizational Dialogue”, “Farabi: Herald of Comparative Political Philosophy”, etc.
Marina WOLF

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Philosophy and Law of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, lecturer at Novosibirsk State University; studied history and philosophy at Novosibirsk State University; teaches the history of ancient Greek and medieval Arabic thought; research interests include the Greek philosophy and the Orient.





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