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The SEAAP Meeting 2009, Prague
Plotinus on Time: Enn. III 7 (45),7–13
Charles University, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts
nám. Jana Palacha 2, room 217
Thursday 28 May
Chair: István Bodnár
Time and eternity. An introduction and a summary of ch. 1–6.
Lenka Karfíková, Prague
Ch. 7,1–8,22: What is time? Rival theories: (i) time is movement; (ii) time is what is moved; (iii) time is something belonging to movement. – Refutation of (i) and (ii).
István Bárány, Budapest
Ch. 8,23–69: Refutation of the Stoic form of (iii): time is not a diastēma.
Vladimír Mikeš, Prague
Chair: Pavel Gregorić
Ch. 9,1–35: Refutation of the Aristotelian form of (iii): time is not an arithmos or a metron –part 1.
Ivan Christov, Sofia
Ch. 9,36–68: Refutation of the Aristotelian form of (iii): part 2.
Pavlos Kalligas, Athens
Friday 29 May
Chair: Jakub Jirsa
Ch. 9,69–84; 10,1–17: Refutation of the Aristotelian form of (iii): part 3. – Refutation of the Epicurean form of (iii): time is not a parakolouthēma.
Vladimir Marinov, Sofia
Ch. 11,1–40: Plotinus’ own theory: time is the life of the soul – part 1.
Eleni Perdikouri, Patras
Ch. 11,40– 62: Plotinus’ own theory: time is the life of the soul – part 2.
Mehmet M. Erginel, Gazimagusa
Chair: Karel Thein
Ch. 12,1–25: There is no time without soul.
Peter Lautner, Piliscaba
Ch. 12,25–61: Time and the revolutions of the universe.
Filip Karfík, Prague
Saturday 30 May
Chair: Irina Deretić
Ch. 13,1–30: The universe is in time and not the other way round.
László Bene, Budapest
Ch. 13,30–69: Time and proteron–husteron. Time and eternity. The unity of time.
George Karamanolis, Rethymno
15:30–16:30: SEEAAP meeting