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VENUES Friday University of Berne Main Building , Room HS 220 Hochschulsstrasse 4, bus stop

VENUES

Friday

University of Berne Main Building, Room HS 220 Hochschulsstrasse 4, bus stop Universität or Schanzenstrasse

Saturday &

University of Berne Unitobler, Room F-121

Sunday

Lerchenweg 36, bus stop Unitobler

Monday

University of Berne, Room 205 Hallerstrasse 6, bus stop Universität

All bus stops are on the bus line 12

Contact:

Richard King: richard.king@philo.unibe.ch Nadine Schindler: nadine.schindler@philo.unibe.ch

on the bus line 12 Contact: Richard King: richard.king@philo.unibe.ch Nadine Schindler: nadine.schindler@philo.unibe.ch

Friday, December 12, 2014, 18:15 Room HS 220, University of Berne Hochschulstrasse 4, CH-3012 Berne

Sunday, December 14, 2014 Room F-121, University of Berne Lerchenweg 36, CH-3012 Berne

Martin Täuber, Rector, University of Berne Welcome

09:00

Ralph Weber, Institute for European Global Studies, Basel On Vagueness in Inquiry: The Cases of Analogy and Comparison and the Example of Early Chinese and Græco-Roman Ethics

R.A.H. King, Philosophy, University of Berne Introduction

10:30

Coffee break

Jeremy Tanner, Archaeology, University College London The Ethics and the Aesthetics of Tyrannicide in Classical Athens and Early Imperial China

10:45

Wolfgang Behr, Sinology, Zurich The Lexicon and Syntax of Equative/Similative Constructions in Early Chinese in a Cross-Linguistic Perspective: Typology, Etymology, and the Morphology of Ideas

Drinks

12:15

Lunch break, Restaurant Warteck

Saturday, December 13, 2014 Room F-121, University of Berne Lerchenweg 36, CH-3012 Berne

13:15

Christopher Cullen, Needham Research Institute, Cambridge Changing Heaven and Earth: Observation, Calculation and Ideology in Early Imperial China.

14:45

Coffee break

09:00

Lisa Raphals, Chinese and Comparative Literature, UC Riverside Which Self Image?

15:00

Rafael Suter, Sinology, Zurich Meaning and Structure: Argumentation in the Chunqiu Fanlu

10:30

Coffee break

 

16:30

Coffee break

10:45

Yu Jiyuan, Philosophy, Buffalo Linking Man with Nature: Analogies, Models and Images in Stoic and Daoist Moral Naturalism

16:45

Winnie Sung, Philosophy, NTU Singapore Images in Jiebipian of the Xunzi

12:15

Lunch break, Restaurant Länggass-Stübli

13:15

Jenny Jingyi Zhao, Classics, Cambridge Models of Behaviour: Xunzi and Aristotle on the Politics of Moral Education

18:15

Mary Louise Gill, Philosophy, Brown University Models in Plato’s Statesman

 

20.00

Symposium Dinner, Restaurant Beaulieu

14:45

Coffee break

15:00

David Machek, Philosophy, Toronto The Craft of Living According to Zhuangzi and Stoicism

Monday, December 15, 2014 Room 205, University of Berne Hallerstrasse 6, CH-3012 Berne

16:30

Coffee break

09:00

William Charlton, Philosophy, Edinburgh Some Uses of Analogy in Classical Greek Philosophy

16:45

Yumi Suzuki, Philosophy, Hong Kong Mohist Fa and Platonic Ideas

10:30

Coffee break

 

10:45

Magdalena Hoffmann, Philosophy, Berne Figures of Excellence. A Comparative Analysis of Plato‘s Philosopher Kings, Aristotle‘s Phronimos and the Stoic Sage

12:15

Lunch break, Bistro UNIess

Discussants

Sarah Broadie, St Andrews, Karine Chemla, CNRS, Gavin Lawrence, UCLA, Arnd Kerkhecker, Berne, Richard King, Berne, Georgia Tsouni, Berne, Oliver Weingarten, Prague

13:15

Sir Geoffrey Lloyd, FBA, Needham Research Institute, Cambridge Analogies, Images and Models in Ethics: Some First-Order and Second-Order Observations on Their Use in Ancient Greece and China

 

14:45

End of the symposium