Friday, March 25th  in the Terrace room of the Sienna Hotel

            Presenter: Rob Bolton (Rutgers)

            Chair: Michael Ferejohn (Duke)


7:30 - 9:30pm: Dinner (catered by Il Palio Ristorante on premises)


Saturday, March 26th at the UNC Campus Y

9:30 - 11:15am: Aristotle on Norms of Inquiry

Presenter: James G. Lennox (The University of Pittsburgh)

Commentator: Alan Code (Rutgers)

Chair: Mariska Leunissen (Washington University)


11:15 - 11:30am: Coffee


11:30 - 1:15pm: Aristotle's Philosophical Method

Presenter: C.D.C. Reeve (Chapel Hill)

Commentator: Pavlos Kontos (Patras)

Chair: Joseph Karbowski (Notre Dame)


1:15 - 2:30pm: Lunch


2:30 - 4:15pm: Is There a Method of Inquiry in Aristotle's Analytics?

Presenter: Patrick Byrne (Boston College)

Commentator: James Lesher (Chapel Hill)

Chair: Jason Rheins (Chapel Hill)


4:15 - 4:30pm: Coffee


4:30-6:15pm: Aristotle's Philosophy of Science Re-Examined

Presenter: David Charles (Oxford)

Commentator: Gregory Salmieri (Chapel Hill)

Chair: Daniel Devereux (University of Virginia)


8:30-10:00pm Dinner at Watt’s Grocery


Sunday, March 27th at the UNC Campus Y


9:00-10:45am: Aristotle's Integrated Study of Motion

Presenter: Andrea Falcon (Concordia)

Commentator: Meg Scharle (Reed)

Chair: Joel Yurdin (Haverford) 


10:45-11:00am: Coffee


11:00-1:00pm: Round-table discussion

Leaders: James G. Lennox and Gregory Salmieri

Breakfast will be provided on the 26th and 27th, lunch on the 26th, and dinner on the 25th and the 26th.

Any logistical questions should be directed to Gregory Salmieri (, 412-576-2990).