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Thursday 25th September

12:15–14:15

WORKSHOP: Dr. John Sellars (King’s College London)
What was Hellenistic Philosophy?

15:00–16:30

Dr. Kurt Lampe (University of Bristol)
Kristeva, the Stoics, and the Life of Interpretation

17:00–18:30

Prof. Keith Ansell-Pearson (University of Warwick)
Self-Cultivation as an Ethics of Resistance: On Nietzsche’s Dawn

Friday 26th September 

10:00–11:30

Prof. Beatrice Han-Pile (University of Essex)
Hope and Agency

12:00–13:30
Parallel Session

Thomas Ryan (Monash)
Amor Fati: Nietzsche’s Anti-Hellenistic Love of Fate

Mariangela Pellegrini (Sorbonne)
Nietzsche and Foucault Against the ‘Education of the Time’




Dr. Andrew Tyler (Warwick)
The Poverty of the Surplus: Overcoming
Accumulation through an Ethics of Self-realisation

Thomas Kriza (FU Berlin)
How the Conception of Truth Affects the Modern
Revival of Antique Ethical
Self-Cultivation

14:30–16:00
Parallel Session





James Muldoon (Monash)
Self-Cultivation and the Indebted Subject

Hedwig Gaasterland (Leiden)
Hellenistic Lessons in Nietzsche’s Gay Science IV for Dealing with Fate

Jonathan Head (Keele)
Schopenhauer and the Stoics

Dr. Anna Bergqvist (MMU)
Moral Perfection and Situated Evaluative Thought


16:30–18:00

Dr. Edward Harcourt (Oxford University)
Nietzsche and the Virtues

Saturday 27th September

10:00–11:30

Dr. David Webb (Staffordshire University)
Truth-Telling in Foucault’s Account of the Constitution of the Subject

12:00–13:30
Parallel Session

Neil Durrant (Monash)
The Significance of Personal Relationships in Nietzsche’s Middle Period

Dr. Lisa Hicks (Stanford)
Cultivating What Self ? Philosophy as Therapy in the Genealogy of Morals and Hellenistic Ethics

Alexander Badman-King (Exeter)
Askesis and Elitism




14:30–16:00
Parallel Session


Andre Okawara (Monash)
The Physiological Character of Values

Dr. Ashley Woodward (Dundee)
Nietzsche, Transhumanism, and Technologies of the Self

Dr. Matthew Sharpe (Deakin)
Pierre Hadot, the Invisible Philosopher

Dr. Heikki Kovalainen (Tampere)
Self-Culture as Religion: Emersonian Ethics and Spirituality

16:30–18:00

Prof. Daniel Conway (Texas A & M University)
Elegy and Affirmation in Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo

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