Text full multimedia monochrome

First time here?

Find out more about how The Lecture List works.

Coronavirus situation update

Our lecture organisers may or may not have had time to update their events with cancellation notices. Clearly social gatherings are to be avoided and that includes lectures. STAY AT HOME FOLKS, PLEASE.


Find out what you can do to keep The Lecture List online


Bringing thinkers to the LSE for an hour and a half discussion during lunchtime, this series offers a unique mix of insights into both the biographical and intellectual development of our most distinguished thinkers.

Richard Sorabji, CBE, FBA, is founder and director of the international ‘Ancient Commentators on Aristotle’ project devoted to the publication of translations of philosophical texts from the period 200-600 AD, texts that formed the necessary bridge between ancient philosophy and later thought both in Medieval Islam and in the Latin-speaking West. To date over 50 volumes have been completed. Richard Sorabji has written and contributed to many works of Aristotle including: Aristotle on Memory (2004); Necessity, Cause and Blame, Perspectives on Aristotle’s Theory (1998) Aristotle transformed - the ancient commentators and their influence (1990); Aristotle and After (1990), Rejection of Aristotle (1987).


Professor Richard Sorabji | talks | www
Dr Peter Adamson | talks | www


Date and Time:

22 November 2006 at 12:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Forum for European Philosophy, LSE
Room J5, European Institute
London School of Economics & Political Science

More at Forum for European Philosophy, LSE...




Available from:

Additional Information:

This event is free and open to all without registration

It will take place in Room J116 (Cañada Blanch Room), Cowdray House, European Institute, LSE

For further information on the Forum for European Philosophy, visit our website at www.philsophy-forum.org

Register to tell a friend about this lecture.


If you would like to comment about this lecture, please register here.


Any ad revenue is entirely reinvested into the Lecture List's operating fund