annamaria ioppolo

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M-FIL/07 ( Storia della filosofia antica )
Filosofia 26669 ( LM-78 )
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è professore ordinario di Storia della filosofia antica nella facoltà di Filosofia dell‘Università di Roma "La Sapienza". Si è occupata in particolare di Socrate, Platone e della filosofia ellenistica. Ha pubblicato le monografie "Aristone di Chio e lo Stoicismo antico" (1980), "Opinione e scienza. Il dibattito tra Stoici e Accademici nel terzo e nel secondo secolo a. C." (1986), "La testimonianza di Sesto Empirico sull‘Accademia scettica" (2009), edite dalla Casa editrice Bibliopolis. Per la Casa editrice Laterza ha curato l‘introduzione e le note all‘Apologia e al Critone di Platone e al Teeteto di Platone. è inoltre autrice di numerosi saggi sulla filosofia di Socrate e di Platone e sulla filosofia dell‘età ellenistica. Ha insegnato al Balliol College e al Brasenouse College di Oxford e al Christ College di Cambridge. Ha tenuto frequentemente seminari al Centre Léon Robin di Parigi; fa parte del Comitato direttivo dei Symposia Hellenistica. Ha organizzato il Symposium Hellenisticum, Between Greece and Rome: Hellenistic Philosophy and Roman Culture from 150 to 88 B.C., tenutosi a Roma, presso la facoltà di Filosofia dell‘Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza" (27-31 luglio 2004), curandone la pubblicazione degli Atti (Pyrronists, Patricians, Platonizers. Hellenistic Philosophy in the Period 155-86 B.C., edited by A.M. Ioppolo and D.N. Sedley, Napoli, Bibliopolis 2007). è stata coordinatore nazionale di progetti di ricerca di rilevante interesse nazionale (Cofin 1999) cofinanziati dal Miur, e responsabile di unità di ricerca (Cofin 2001 e 2006). è inoltre titolare di finanziamenti di Facoltà e di Ateneo con i quali ha organizzato seminari e convegni. Dirige la rivista Elenchos.
 


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Anna Maria Ioppolo has been full Professor of History of Ancient Philosophy since 1986. She has taught at the Universities of Bari and Rome (La Sapienza). From 1980 to 2002 she has been a Member of the Scientific Committee of the Centro di Studio del Pensiero antico - CNR (Rome) and since 2001 she has been associated professor to the Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e la Storia delle Idee. She has been a member of the editorial board of the magazine Elenchos since 1980 and since 1999 she has been the editor. She ran seminars at Brasenose and Balliol Colleges, Oxford, at Christ‘s College, Cambridge and at the Centre Léon Robin, Paris. She is author of monographs on Stoicism and the Academic tradition, of commentaries on Platonic dialogues and has published numerous articles in Italian and Foreign Journals. She has written mostly on topics in Hellenistic philosophy (Stoics, Epicureans, Skeptics -- epistemology and ethics). Her study on "Aristone di Chio e lo Stoicismo antico", Napoli 1980, was particularly influential, and made her a well-known scholar, moreover the controversial ideas advanced in her book "Opinione scienza. Il dibattito tra Stoici e Accademici nel terzo e secondo secolo a. C.", helped raise many debates amongst scholars. She has been organizer and participant in numerous national and international conferences. She is a member of the Organizing Committee of the International Plutarch Society. She has been a Member of Organizing Committee for the Symposia Hellenistica since 1995 and the last one was organized by her in Rome (July 2004). She is the editor with D. N. Sedley of the Proceedings of the last Symposium Hellenisticum, "Pyrrhonist, Patricians and Platonizers. She has recently published Anna Maria Ioppolo has been full Professor of History of Ancient Philosophy since 1986. She has taught at the Universities of Bari and Rome (La Sapienza). From 1980 to 2002 she has been a Member of the Scientific Committee of the Centro di Studio del Pensiero antico - CNR (Rome) and since 2001 she has been associated professor to the Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e la Storia delle Idee. She has been a member of the editorial board of the magazine Elenchos since 1980 and since 1999 she has been the editor. She ran seminars at Brasenose and Balliol Colleges, Oxford, at Christ‘s College, Cambridge and at the Centre Léon Robin, Paris. She is author of monographs on Stoicism and the Academic tradition, of commentaries on Platonic dialogues and has published numerous articles in Italian and Foreign Journals. She has written mostly on topics in Hellenistic philosophy (Stoics, Epicureans, Skeptics -- epistemology and ethics). Her study on "Aristone di Chio e lo Stoicismo antico", Napoli 1980, was particularly influential, and made her a well-known scholar, moreover the controversial ideas advanced in her book "Opinione scienza. Il dibattito tra Stoici e Accademici nel terzo e secondo secolo a. C.", helped raise many debates amongst scholars. She has been organizer and participant in numerous national and international conferences. She is a member of the Organizing Committee of the International Plutarch Society. She has been a Member of Organizing Committee for the Symposia Hellenistica since 1995 and the last one was organized by her in Rome (July 2004). She is the editor with D. N. Sedley of the Proceedings of the last Symposium Hellenisticum, "Pyrrhonist, Patricians and Platonizers. She has recently published "La testimonianza di Sesto Empirico sull‘Accademia scettica", Napoli, Bibliopolis 2009.
 


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