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Gabor Presents Workshop

On Wednesday, April 12, Professor of Philosophy Gary Gabor presented the paper Ammonius and Boethius on Porphyry at the American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, Annual Conference. At the same meeting, Gabor organized two sessions on late antique philosophy, with presentations by faculty from Syracuse University, the University of Michigan, St. Olaf College, and Trinity University. On Friday, April 14, Gabor also participated in the day-long workshop Mentoring the Mentors, a special initiative of the American Philosophical Association seeking to support and increase participation in philosophy from historically underrepresented populations.

Thursday, March 2, Gabor provided commentary on Bjorn Wastvedt, The Punishment of the Descending Soul in Plotinus’ Enneads, at the Central Division Annual Meeting of the American Philosophical Association. The American Philosophical Association is one of the main professional bodies for philosophy in the United States, and annually convenes a meeting in each of its Eastern, Central, and Pacific Divisions.