The abstracts of papers will be in the file (edited in alphabetical order of the authors' names).
William ALTMAN (Independent Scholar, Brazil) To Which Branch of εἰδωλοποιική Do the Eleatic Stranger’s Own εἰκόνες Belong?
Xanthippe BOURLOYANNI (Academy of Athens, Greece) Phantasia and Images in the Sophist
Christopher BUCKELS (Junípero Serra High School, USA) Images in Republic V-VII in Light of the Timaeus
Ji-Yun BYUN (Seoul National University, Korea) Two Kinds of Truth and Falsehood in Plato’s Sophist
Carlotta CAPUCCINO (Università di Bologna, Italy) Speaking through Images: A Platonic Model of Analogical Argumentation
Martina DI STEFANO (Università di Pavia, Italy) A Shellfish on the Path of Truth: Funny Images and Philosophical Imagination in Plato’s Dialogues
Serena GREGORIO (Freie Universität Berlin / Justus Liebig Universität Gießen, Germany) Is Plato’s Take on Phantasia of Any Interest for Contemporary Accounts of Imagination?
Irene HAN (New York University, USA) La Nouvelle Vague: The Liquid Feminine in Plato’s Republic
Hua-kuei HO (Chinese Culture University, Taiwan) Mimetic Images in Plato’s Cratylus
Doina Cristina IONESCU (Catholic University of America, USA) Likenesses and Appearances in Plato's Sophist
I-Kai JENG (National Taiwan University, Taiwan) Speeches as Images of Being: Phaedo 99d4-100a8 and Sophist 254d4-256e7
Xi JI (Zhejiang University, China) Image and Knowledge in Plato’s Timaeus
Iouseok KIM (Seoul National University, Korea) Images as the Means of Governing the Appetite — The Role of the Liver in Plato’s Timaeus (71a-d)
Soojin KIM (Yonsei University, Korea) Image as a Milestone for Truth
Yuji KURIHARA (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan) Two Images in Plato’s Statesman 277a-d
Jong Hwan LEE (University of Seoul, Korea) The Role of Imagination in Anticipatory Pleasure
Yoon Cheol LEE (Chungnam National University, Korea) Diotima's Use of Images
Zdenek LENNER (EPHE Paris / ENS Lyon, France) Eros and Anteros in the Phaedrus: Rivalry, Reciprocity, or Reflection?
David Xavier LÉVYSTONE (Universidad Panamericana, Mexico) Plato’s Dreams: Oneiric Images, Divination and Knowledge
Cynthia LIU (Oxford University, UK) Re-evaluating Images in Plato’s Philosophy through His Use of Mystery Language
Samuel MEISTER (Brown University / University of Toronto, USA) The Ontology of Images in Plato’s Timaeus
Nickolas PAPPAS (CUNY Graduate Center, USA) Sightings of the Soul
Christoph POETSCH (Universität Heidelberg, Germany) Body, Soul, Form – and Image. The Relevance of the Image for a Detailed Understanding of Plato’s Ontology
Hoseup RHEE (Seoul National University, Korea) True Logos as eikōn of Forms
Karine Tordo ROMBAUT (Institut de Philosophie de l’Université Grenoble-Alpes, France) The Relevance of Interpreting Plato’s Criticism of Image-Making as Self-Directed
Avshalom M. SCHWARTZ (Stanford University, USA) Imagination and Falsehoods in Plato’s Political Thought
Thomas SEISSL (Universität Wien, Austria) On What Time Is Not: Image and Number in Plato’s Account of Time in the Timaeus
Jenny STRANDBERG (Stony Brook University, USA) Faking it Right: The King as an Informed Imitator of the True Statesman
Yu-Jung SUN (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France) False Pleasure in the Philebus: Can Soul Be Prisoned in a World Purely Made of Images without Any Contact with Reality?
Jan SZAIF (University of California, Davis, USA) The Role of Mental Images in Anticipatory Pleasures (Philebus 38a-40e)