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CENTRE FOR ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY

AND THE CLASSICAL TRADITION

 

 

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Dear Visitor!

 

 

The Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition at Philosophy Department of Novosibirsk State University, Russia is an Internet project dedicated to study of Classical, Byzantine and Medieval sources  

 

Some results of our work as well as a collection of syllabi for Philosophy students are published here. The bulk of material is in RUSSIAN; some papers and syllabi are in ENGLISH. These are clearly indicated

 

An Internet-version of the journal

ΣΧΟΛΗ. Ancient Philosophy and the Classical tradition

 

 

Visit the pages of the collaborative international projects

 

Peripatetic Tradition (2015-)

 

School Traditions (2017)

 

Τεχνη. Theoretical Foundations of Arts, Sciences

and Technology in the Greco-Roman World (2010-2014)

 

Teaching Classics (2007-2010)

 

supported by the Higher Education Support Program

of the Open Society Institute (Budapest)

 

Among the visitors of the Centre were John Dillon (Dublin),

Luc Brisson (Paris), Dominic O'Meara (Fribourg),

John Rist (Cambridge), Teun Tieleman (Utrecht),

Lilian Karali (Athens), Michael Chase (Paris),

Leonidas Bargeliotes (Athens), Leonid Zhmud (St Petersburg),

Alexandr Podossinov (Moscow) and other internationally

recognized scholars and educators.

 

For the study materials developed cf. appropriate sections of the site. 

 

The following pages are still under construction. Therefore you might not be able to find here the information you are looking for. In these cases please contact us at the address below  

 

Note that some texts at these pages require the following Greek fonts to be installed for correct displaying:

 

Sgreek, Greek, Koine, Betaoxonia, Greek Old Face C  Large

 

Visit the page of a Siberian programmer who has developed an electronic Greek-Russian Dictionary ALPHA

 

 

 

Seminars, Conferences, and Publications of the Centre

An International Seminars:

Teaching Classics

Tekhne

Journal ΣΧΟΛΗ

March 8-10, 2009, Athens:

a seminar Iamblichus. His sources and Influence, together with the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens

Papers of the seminar are published at: Iamblichus and the Foundations of Late Platonism, ed. by E. Afonasin, J. Finamore and J. Dillon, Leiden, Brill 2012.

 

Contact us

THE PROJECTS ARE SUPPORTED

Mailing address: Department of Philosophy,

                              Novosibirsk State University

                              Pirogov Street, 2, Novosibirsk, 630090

Tel.:                       +7 (383) 363 20 35

E-mail:                  Eugene Afonasin

                             

BY THE FOLLOWING FOUNDATIONS

 

| Open Society Institute |

| Russian Humanity Foundation |

| Russian Foundation for Basic Research |

| Fulbright |  

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