Elizabeth Craik教授、Matteo Venier博士 講演会日程

Elizabeth Craik教授、Matteo Venier博士の講演会の案内が届きましたのでお知らせいたします。6月2日と3日の講演は第69回日本西洋古典学会のプログラムの一部です。

Prof. Elizabeth Craik (The University of St. Andrews)
(1) Saturday 26 May, 2-5 pm
Kyoto University, Faculty of Letters (Lecture Room 4)
‘Doctors and Dramatists’

(2) Wednesday 30 May, 2 pm
University of Tokyo, Mukogaoka Faculty House
‘Doctors and Dramatists’

(3) Saturday 2 June, 1.30 pm
Conference of the Classical Society of Japan
Nagoya University, Noyori Kinen Hall
‘Hippocrates, Curriculum Vitae’

Dr. Matteo Venier (The University of Udine)
(1) Wednesday 30 May, 4 pm
University of Tokyo, Mukogaoka Faculty House
‘The relations between the poem of Ariosto Orlando Furioso and his precursors (Ovid in particular’
(2) Sunday 3 June, 1.40 pm
Conference of the Classical Society of Japan
Nagoya University, Noyori Kinen Hall
‘Petrarch and Silius Italicus: Survey on a Controversial Topic’

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Brad Inwood 教授講演会(5/12北大、5/14東大、5/18京大(会場情報追加))


Brad Inwood 教授講演会

Ethics and Human Action in Early Stoicism (Oxford University Press, 1985).
The Poem of Empedocles (University of Toronto Press, 1992; rev. 2001).
Reading Seneca: Stoic Philosophy at Rome (Oxford University Press, 2005).
Seneca: Selected Philosophical Letters (Oxford University Press, 2007).
Ethics after Aristotle (Harvard University Press, 2014).

 人文・社会科学 総合教育研究棟(W棟)W513/4室
Workshop on Stoicism
14:00-14:50 Masaru Yasuda (Hokkaido University)
 Platonist critique of Stoic justice
14:55-15:45 Tomohiko Kondo (Hokkaido University)
 The principle of “doing one’s own” in the Platonic-Stoic tradition
15:50-16:40 Yohei Nishimura (University of Hyogo)
 Simplicius’ use of prohairesis in his Commentary on Epictetus’ Handbook
17:00-18:30 Brad Inwood (Yale University)
 The pitfalls of perfection: Stoicism for non-sages

2018年5月14日(月) 東京大学
 文学部 哲学研究室(法文2号館西側2階)/教員談話室(法文2号館東側2階)
15:00-16:30 Reading Seminar @哲学研究室
 Seneca, Epistulae Morales 65
16:45-18:30 Brad Inwood (Yale University) @教員談話室
 What kind of Stoic are you? The case of Marcus Aurelius

2018年5月18日(金) 京都大学
15:00-17:00 Brad Inwood (Yale University)
 The pitfalls of perfection: Stoicism for non-sages

使用言語:英語 参加自由 資料は事前に電子メールで送付
問合せ先:近藤 智彦(北海道大学大学院文学研究科) kondo@let.hokudai.ac.jp

主催:科研費プロジェクト「アリストテレス倫理学の再定位を通した新たな自然主義的倫理学の構想」 (17H02257)
協力:科研費プロジェクト「古代ギリシア文明における超越と人間の価値―欧文総合研究―」 (16H03401)


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2018年3月16日(金曜日) 16:00

久留米大学御井キャンパス 御井本館2階 ラーニングコモンズA









久留米大学文学部 (大場)


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ラテン語韻文作文のワークショップ(ミシガン大学主催、シチリアの Trapani にて今年の7月5-14日、'Inter Versiculos in Sicilia')の案内


We wish to invite anyone with an interest in Latin verse to:
‘Inter Versiculos in Sicilia’, a 10-day workshop in Latin verse composition, sponsored by the University of Michigan, and led by David Money (Cambridge).
See our website for full details:
This site also contains sections on previous workshops (2011, 2016), with poems by participants, advice on composition, etc, which may be of interest.
For applications and expressions of interest, please contact (as soon as you can): Gina Soter

We hope you will consider joining us. And we would also be very grateful if you could pass on the information to students and potentially interested colleagues and friends, and encourage any mentions of the workshop on social media or elsewhere, so that the message can reach a wider range of potential participants in all countries.
We would stress that the workshop is open to anyone at all (with reasonable Latin): no previous verse-writing experience is expected. We have found that most complete beginners can achieve some impressive results within the time of a workshop. It will be accessible to Latinists of varying levels: suitable for undergrads, but also for postgrads, and teachers at schools or universities – all of whom may find their appreciation of verse enriched by the practical approach we take.

Gina Soter writes that ‘the exercise can be unexpectedly compelling, illuminating and useful. As with many art forms, one of the best ways to understand what others have done, is to try to do it yourself.’
Here are a few comments from past participants:
・ Taught by a connoisseur of all the obstacles and traps in Latin
poetry writing, we made the first stumbling steps on our newly discovered
metrical feet; inspired by Sicilian sun, music, food, and wine, the stumble
developed – little by little – into a dance.
・ Even if I do not continue writing poetry, Inter Versiculos has
already improved my ability to read and appreciate Latin poetry. . . . my
reading feels more natural and it is far easier to appreciate the poem's
・ ‘Inter Versiculos’ not only opened my eyes to Latin poetry and its
many wonders, but also to the gorgeous universe that is Sicily.
・ I was never more aware of the importance of quantities.
・ Having previously only studied classics in very traditional and
rigid European schools, it is good to get away from the cobwebs of Northern
scholarship and dash into the burning Sicilian sunshine.
・ I knew it was difficult to write with such confines as the different
meters but I never truly understood until I tried it for myself. It was
really satisfying to be able to have tangible evidence of my learning
throughout the week.
・ Prose was always my thing--or so I thought. Now that I understand
the skill involved in writing poetry, I have a completely different love
for it. Before I used to prefer the Caesar portion of the syllabus; now
I far prefer the Vergil!
・ The way Latin poetry is conventionally taught, it can feel like
trying to solve a puzzle … but the process of learning how to ‘write’ the poetry has augmented
my understanding of it a thousand-fold . … This perspective is unique
and invaluable; I certainly could have gotten it no other way.
・ I.V. also fostered a unique sort of community, the likes of which I
never would have imagined: it brought tenured professors, ancient armchair
Latinists, and green undergraduates all down to the same level of

‘Inter versiculos’ 2018 is now actively seeking anyone curious about Latin poetry. We invite you to join us in Trapani, Sicily, July 5-14, 2018.

Latin verse composition workshop 2018 July.docx
Latin verse composition workshop Join Us!.pdf

Latin verse composition workshop Poster.pdf
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第8回PAP研 「哲学史の隠れた鍵としてのアフロディシアスのアレクサンドロス」「アリストテレスと現代(1) 自然主義と哲学方法論をめぐって」



2018年3月2日(金) 東洋大学白山キャンパス6号館1階第3会議室
10:30-10:40 趣旨説明
10:40-11:30 近藤 智彦(北海道大学)「アレクサンドロスの自由意志論はどうして評判が悪いのか」
11:30-12:20 アダム タカハシ(東洋大学)「アレクサンドロスとアヴェロエス――形而上学・霊魂論・自然学」
14:00-14:50 安田 将(北海道大学)「混合論という問題の誕生――アレクサンドロスとピロポノスを中心に」
14:50-15:40 渡邉 真代(東京大学)「アラビア語圏のアレクサンドロス――ジャービル・ブン・ハイヤーンが伝えるその質料・形相・運動論」
15:50-16:40 西村 洋平(龍谷大学)「古代末期哲学の形成――プロティノスによるアレクサンドロスの素材・形相・魂論の受容と批判」
16:40-17:30 坂本 邦暢(東洋大学)「アレクサンドロスのルネサンス――知性・霊魂・神学」
17:30-18:00 全体討論

「アリストテレスと現代(1) 自然主義と哲学方法論をめぐって」
2018年3月3日(土) 早稲田大学26号館702教室
14:00-14:10 趣旨説明
14:10-15:00 高橋 祥吾(徳山工業高等専門学校)「アリストテレスの方法論におけるピュシス―― 「オルガノン」での用例を中心にして」
15:10-16:00 稲村 一隆(早稲田大学)「分類の方法論――アリストテレスの生物学と政治学から」
16:15-17:30 植原 亮(関西大学)「方法論的自然主義」
17:30-18:00 全体討論

問合せ先: 近藤 智彦(北海道大学大学院文学研究科)kondo@let.hokudai.ac.jp


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第16回 フィロロギカ研究集会

於 成城大学7号館1階、713教室(控え室:7号館1階、714教室)


10:00 ~ 10:30 千葉槙太郎「ポセイディッポスの『宝石エピグラム集(Lithica)』 (AB1-20)についての考察」

10:30 ~ 11:00 吉田俊一郎「大セネカにおける警句sententiaeに関する一考察」


11:10 ~ 11:50 近藤智彦「ディオゲネス・ラエルティオスにおける異伝導入ののἤについて」

11:50 ~ 13:10 昼休み

13:10 ~ 13:40 浜本裕美「『イーリアス』における嘆願と名誉」

13:40 ~ 14:20 大塚英樹「カーサ・ブオナローティ所蔵の作者不明版画中に見られるラテン語文について」


14:30 ~ 15:00 安西 眞「Sophocles, Philoctetes 1019 (再)」

15:00 ~ 15:20 総会

15:30 ~ 16:10 逸身喜一郎「『悲劇の歌の類型学』内容紹介」 「第1部 分類とその基準」
16:10 ~ 16:50 逸身喜一郎「『悲劇の歌の類型学』内容紹介」 「第2部 おもしろいと思われる発見・あたらしい提案」     (1)A. Cho. 306–475 (the Grand Kommos); E. El. 1177–1232

17:00 ~ 18:00 逸身喜一郎「『悲劇の歌の類型学』内容紹介 「第2部 おもしろいと思われる発見・あたらしい提案」 (2)S. El. 121–250; E. El. 167–212
         (3)E. Herc. 884–909
(4)E. Hec. 684–720; E. Ion 763–799

18:10 ~ 20:00 懇親会 会場:大学2号館1階、大会議室

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