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Recent Publications


Recent Publications by The Keeling Centre

  • 2020: Self-Knowledge in Ancient Philosophy: The Eighth Keeling Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy ed. F. Leigh, OUP.

Self-knowledge in Ancient Philosophy


Dr. Fiona Leigh's Recent Publications

  • Forthcoming (2020): ‘Self-knowledge, Elenchus, and Authority in Early Plato’, Phronesis  65
  • Forthcoming (2020): ‘Says Who? Modes of Speaking in the Euthydemus’, Australasian Philosophical Review
  • 2020: ‘Kinds of Self-Knowledge in Ancient Thought’, in Self-Knowledge in Ancient Philosophy, ed. F. Leigh, OUP.


Prof. Mark Kalderon's Recent Publications

  • Under review: 'In the Eye of the Cognitive Storm, Timaeus on Sense and Sensibilia'
  • 2017: 'Priscian on perception', Phronesis 62: 443–467
  • 2017: 'Trinitarian Perception', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 91(1): 21-41


Dr. Simona Aimar's Recent Publications

  • 2019: Disposition Ascriptions, Philosophical Studies 176: 1667-1692


Dr. Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi's Recent Publications

  • Forthcoming: 'Elements of Biology in Aristotle's Political Science', Cambridge Companion to Aristotle's Biology, ed. S. Connell, CUP.
  • Forthcoming: ‘Aristotle on Attention’, Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie
  • Forthcoming (2020): ‘Aristotle on the Affective Powers of Colour and Pictures’ 2020 in 66e Entretiens sur l’Antiquité Classique, ed. K. Ierodiakonou.
  • 2019: 'Aristotle's Peculiarly Human Psychology'  in Aristotle's Anthropology, ed. N. Kreft and G. Keil, CUP. 


Dr. Merrick Anderson's Recent Publications

  • Forthcoming: 'Legein to What End', Australasian Philosophical Review
  • 2020: 'What are the Wages of Justice?  Rethinking Plato's Division of Goods', Phronesis 65.1: 1-26
  • 2019: 'Immorality or Immortality?', Rhetorica 37.2: 97-119


Dr. Saloni de Souza's Recent Publications

  • Forthcoming: 'Regress?  I've Had a Few?  Similarity, Dissimilarity and Regress in Part II of the 'Parmenides'' in Infinite Regress Arguments and Non-Contradiction in Ancient Philosophy edM. Duncombe and L. Pitteloud, OUP.
  • Forthcoming: 'Everything In Its Right Place: Plato's Reception of Zeno's Paradox of Place', in Eleatic Ontology: Origins and Reception ed. G. Cornelli and N. Galgano.
  • Forthcoming (with Daniel Vazquez): 'Teleology and Sophistic Endeavour in the Euthydemus'Australasian Philosophical Review