WCP2016 ERT TRAILER World Congress "Philosophy of Aristotle"

Author: Olivera Z. Mijuskovic, President of the "World Philosophy Network", CEO, Founding Director and Editor-in-Chief of "Philosophical Views", a member of "International Association of Greek Philosophy- University of Athens", Project Leader of Hellenic Center (HEC) Project "Philosophers of Ancient Greek World"

The second in a series of major events on the topic of Aristotle under the name "Philosophy of Aristotle" will be held in Athens, organized by the "International Association of Greek Philosophy" of the University of Athens and the "Greek Philosophical Society". The Congress will take place from 10 to 15 July. Opening ceremony of the World Congress "Philosophy of Aristotle" will be held in Herodotus Atticus Odeon, while lectures will be held in all the major cultural places and institutions throughout Athens. The event is supported by numerous philosophical institutions around the world, as well as by the institutions of the Hellenic Republic. In addition to the philosophical, predicted the rich cultural and artistic program.

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Comment by Olivera Z Mijuskovic on July 5, 2016 at 8:36am

!!!!NOTICE!!!

The Congress will take place from 9 to 15 July.

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