“Koinonia” in Plato’s Philosophy
Plato uses the term “Koinonia” in a wide variety of important ways. It signifies the relation of the forms with each other as well as the relation we can have with them, but also both relations between individual people and between individuals and the community as a whole. Although this term has been the object of intense scholarly scrutiny, many issues remain to be explored. We will consider abstracts on any aspect of the subject, including the metaphysical, epistemological, social, and ethical dimensions of koinonia.
1. Please submit titles and abstracts of 500 words (maximum), double-spaced, 12 point type, formatted for anonymous review
2. Name, Paper Title, Affiliation, Postal Address, Email Address included as an attachment in the email to which the abstract is sent
3. Abstracts can be in any of the IPS’s official languages: English, Spanish, German, Italian, French
4. Abstracts Submission Deadline: July 31, 2020.
5. All abstracts must be sent with the subject "IPS Mid-Term Meeting" to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only members of the International Plato Society may submit abstracts. Visit our web page to become a member: https://platosociety.org/