Epictetus in Focus: A Roundtable discussion

Epictetus, a Greek and former slave, was one of the most influential Roman Stoics. By absorbing and refashioning Roman Stoicism, Epictetus created a body of thought that had a wide-ranging impact, from Christian asceticism to the Stoic political resistance of Domitian.

This roundtable discussion examines Epictetus’ views on a wide range of matters from Cosmopolitanism, to food and drink, and everything in between.

Participants

  • Professor George Boys-Stones (Durham University)
  • Dr Michael Champion (IRCI, ACU Melbourne)
  • Professor Roy Gibson (Durham University)
  • Dr Michael Hanaghan (IRCI, ACU Melbourne)
  • Dr David Litwa (IRCI, ACU Melbourne)
  • Dr Tyler Paytas (IRCI, ACU Melbourne)
  • Dr Jonathan Zecher (IRCI, ACU Melbourne 

RSVP

To RSVP and for information on
how to join the meeting, please contact

Michael.Hanaghan@acu.edu.au

Places are limited.

Details

Melbourne AEDT 6–7.30pm, Durham BST 8–9.30am

To RSVP and for information on how to join the meeting, please contact Michael.Hanaghan@acu.edu.au

Places are limited.

Date

02 April 2019

Time
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location

Institute for Religion and Critical
Inquiry (IRCI), Room 460.4.28,
Level 4, 250 Victoria Parade,
ACU Melbourne Campus

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