Keeling Memorial Bequest

We are delighted to announce that Prof. David Sedley (Cambridge) will give the 2015 Keeling Lecture. The lecture, entitled 'Socrates' Second Voyage' and focusing on 99-101 of Plato's Phaedo, will be accompanied by a masterclass for graduate students, led by Prof. Sedly on The Final Argument for Immortality in Plato's Phaedo.

Dr. Fiona Leigh, Director of Ancient Philosophy at UCL

Welcome to the Keeling Memorial Bequest Site. This site will give you more information about the study of ancient philosophy within UCL philosophy department. Specifically, you will find information on staff working on ancient philosophy, funding available to graduate students studying ancient philosophy and upcoming events related to ancient philosophy.



The UCL philosophy department offers a number of scholarships annually for graduate students working in ancient philosophy. Read more>



The UCL philosophy department have a number of academics working on a range of areas within ancient philosophy. Read more>


Scholar in residence

From 2014-2017, the Keeling Scholar in Residence will be Prof. MM McCabe. Read more>



Every other year, the UCL philosophy department organises a Keeling Memorial Colloquium on the relation between modern and ancient philosophy. Read More>



Annually, the UCL Philosophy department organises the Keeling Memorial Lecture in Ancient Philosophy. Read more>



An anonymous donor funds The Keeling Scholarship, The Keeling Colloquium and The Keeling Annual Lecture. Read more>

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