Publication Title

The Problem of Incommensurability in the Meno and the Parmenides

Document Type

Presentation

Publication Date

4-17-2019

Abstract

Invited Symposium: Greek Mathematics and Ancient Philosophy

Chair: Vincenza Berardo (Florida State University)

Speakers:

  • Brad Berman (Portland State University) “Mathematical Matter, Shape, and Aristotelian Substantial Forms”
  • Emily Katz (Michigan State University) “Intelligible Matter as a Property of Sensible Objects”
  • Henry Mendell (California State University, Los Angeles) “Some Remarks on the Logical and Pedagogical Structure of Euclid’s Presentation of Proportion”
  • Sophia Stone (Lynn University) “The Problem of Incommensurability in the Meno and Parmenides”

Commentators:

  • Tom Archibald (Simon Fraser University)
  • Janine Gühler (Oxford University)
  • Justin Vlasits (Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen)
  • Dwayne Redmond (Texas A&M University)

Conference/Symposium

American Philosophical Association (APA) - Pacific Division

City/State

Vancouver, British Columbia

Department

College of Arts and Sciences

Comments

Sophia Stone, assistant professor of philosophy in the College of Arts and Sciences, organized an invited symposium panel on Greek Mathematics and Ancient Philosophy at the 2019 Pacific American Philosophical Association (APA) Conference, April 17, 2019. She also presented her work, The Problem of Incommensurability in the Meno and the Parmenides.

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