Dr David Bronstein (BAH ’00) will deliver a paper, "Meno’s Paradox, Learning, and Recollection in Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics", on Thursday 14 March, 7.00 PM, in Room 1184, Department of Classics, Marion McCain Arts and Social Sciences Building.
David (First Class Honours in Classics and Contemporary Studies and the University Medal in Classics) went on to do a PhD in the University of Toronto’s Collaborative Programme in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy in 2008 with a disserta¬tion entitled “Learning and Meno’s Paradox in Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics”. David lectured in philosophy at Balliol College, Oxford (2007-09) and held a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in the Faculty of Philosophy at Oxford (2008-10), followed by two years on the faculty at Boston University. David has just joined the Philosophy Department of Georgetown University.
A reception will follow.