SEAAP

The Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy (SEAAP) was initiated by Katerina Ierodiakonou and Pavel Gregoric, with support of Michael Frede, in Oxford in 2001. The aim of SEAAP was to gather scholars working on ancient philosophy from different countries of Southeast Europe, who happen to have very little contact across borders. The constitutive meeting of SEAAP took place in Delphi, 20-21 July 2002. The representatives of eight countries decided that SEAAP will publish an academic journal and organize annual conferences.

The journal Rhizai was launched in early 2004. It was published twice a year with East-West Publishers in Sofia, Bulgaria. After fourteen issues the journal was discontinued in late 2010 and superseded by Rhizomata, published twice a year with De Gruyter, since 2013.

Here is the list of conferences organised by SEAAP:

16th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Galen, Quod animi mores corporis temperamenta sequantur, 19-20 September 2024, Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb, Croatia.

15th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Plotinus, Problems Concerning Soul I-II (IV.3.1-IV.4.4), 19-22 September 2023, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic [programme]

14th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle, Rhetoric I.1-6, 22-24 November 2018, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. [programme]

13th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle, Posterior Analytics II, 28-30 September 2017, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. [programme]

12th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy:  Alexander of Aphrodisias on the soul’s capacities for desiring and understanding, 8-10 December 2016, CEU Budapest, Hungary. [programme]

11th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Theophrastus: De Sensu, 23-24 October 2015, National University of Athens, Greece.
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10th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle, De Anima III.1-8, 4-6 September 2014, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. [programme]

9th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle’s Physics I, 16-17 May 2014, Institute of Philosophy, Zagreb, Croatia.
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8th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics III, 11-13 July 2013. [programme]

7th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: The Epinomis: Plato’s Last Dialogue?, 21-25 June 2011, Department of Classics and Department of Philosophy, University of Sofia, Bulgaria. [poster][programme]

6th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy, Ps.Aristotle, De Mundo, 4-6 June 2010, Department of Philosophy, University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece. [programme]

5th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Plotinus on Time (Enn. III.7, 7-13), 27-31 May 2009, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. [programme]

4th Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Theophrastus’ Metaphysics, 26-28 June 2008, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. [programme]

3rd Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Plato: Laws X, 29 June–3 July 2007, Vlasti, Greece. [programme]

2nd Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Aristotle: Physics II.6-9, 31 July–2 August 2006, Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Piliscsaba, Hungary. [programme]

1st Conference of the Southeast-European Association for Ancient Philosophy: Topics in Plato’s Timaeus, 30 March-3 April 2005, IUC, Dubrovnik, Croatia. [programme]