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Psychology and Value: The Ninth Keeling Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, edited by Fiona Leigh and Margaret Hampson (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2022)

1.  Margaret Hampson, 'Psychology and Value in Ancient Greek Philosophy'

2.  Rachel Barney, Intellectualism and the Method of Hypothesis in Plato's Early Dialogues
3.  Terence Irwin, 'Comments on Rachel Barney, 'Intellectualism and the Method of Hypothesis in Plato's Early Dialogues''
4.  Jessica Moss, 'Against Bare Urges and Good-Independent Desires: Appetites in Republic IV'
5.  Matthew Evans, 'The Blind Desires of Republic IV'
6.  Mary Margaret McCabe, 'Comments on Matthew Evans, 'The Blind Desires of Republic IV' and Jessica Moss, 'Against Bare Urges and Good-Independent Desires: Appetites in Republic IV''
7.  A.W. Price, 'Plato on the Object of Thirst: Comments on Jessica Moss, 'Against Bare Urges and Good-Independent Desires: Appetites in Republic IV''
8.  Raphael Woolf, 'Courage and Pleasure in Aristotle's Ethics'
9.  Sarah Broadie, 'Comments on Raphael Woolf, 'Courage and Pleasure in Aristotle's Ethics''
10.  James Warren, 'Memory, Anticipation, Pleasure'
11.  Margaret Hampson and Katharine O'Reilly, 'Modelling the Memory and Anticipation of Pleasure: Comments on James Warren's 'Memory, Anticipation, Pleasure''
12.  Daniel Russell, 'Three Mistakes about Stoic Ethics'
13.  David Sedley,
'Comments on Daniel Russell, 'Three Mistakes about Stoic Ethics''


Fiona Leigh, ‘The Wolf and the Dog: Eristic, elenchus, and kinds of wisdom in Plato’s Euthydemus’, Thaumàzien (11:1) 2023

Mark Eli Kalderon, Cosmos and Perception in Plato's Timaeus (Routledge: 2023)

Fiona Leigh, 'The Status and Power of the Good in Plato's Republic', British Journal for the History of Philosophy (published online 28 Apr 2023)


Saloni de Souza, 'Regress?  I’ve Had a Few? Similarity, Dissimilarity and Regress in Part II of Plato’s Parmenides’, Rhizomata 10 (2):238-261


Fiona Leigh, 'Participation’ in Gerald A. Press and Mateo Duque (eds.) The Bloomsbury Handbook of Plato (Bloomsbury: 2022)

Fiona Leigh & Margaret Hampson (eds.), Psychology and Value in Aristotle, Plato, and Hellenistic Philosophy (OUP: 2022)


Fiona Leigh (ed.), Themes in Plato, Aristotle and Hellenistic Philosophy (University of London: 2021)


Mark Eli Kalderon, 'Timaeus on Colour Mixture', Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, LXI (2021)

Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi, 'Aristotle on Attention', Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 103 (4):602-633 (2021).

Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi, 'Elements of Biology in Aristotle's Political Science' in Sophia Connell (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle's Biology (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: pp. 211-227, 2021)

Themes in Plato, Aristotle and Hellenistic Philosophy: Keeling Lectures 2011-2018, edited by Fiona Leigh (London, University of London Press, 2021)


Introduction, Margaret Hampson and Fiona Leigh

1.  Lesley Brown, ‘Agreement, Contracts and Promises in Plato’

2.  Gail Fine, ‘Epistêmê and Doxa, Knowledge and Belief, in the Phaedo'

3.  David Sedley, ‘Socrates’ Second Voyage (Plato, Phaedo 99d-102a)’

4.  Anthony Long, ‘Politics and Divinity in Plato’s Republic: The Form of the Good’

5.  Gábor Betegh, ‘The Ingredients of the Soul in Plato’s Timaeus

6.  Dorothea Frede, ‘Aristotle on the Importance of Rules, Laws, and Institutions in Ethics’

7.  Gisela Striker, ‘Mental Health and Moral Health: Moral Progress in Seneca's Letters’

8.  Malcolm Schofield, ‘Debate or Guidance? Cicero on Philosophy’

9.  Susanne Bobzien, ‘Frege Plagiarised the Stoics’

Self-Knowledge in Ancient Philosophy: The Eighth Keeling Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, edited by Fiona Leigh (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2020)

1. Fiona Leigh, 'Kinds of Self-Knowledge in Ancient Thought'

2. Melissa Lane, 'Self-Knowledge in Plato? Recognizing the Limits and Aspirations of the Self as a Knower'

3. Aryeh Kosman, 'Self-Knowledge and Self-Control in Plato's Charmides'

4. Tad Brennan, 'Reading Plato's Mind'

5. Mary Margaret McCabe, 'From Cradle to the Cave: What Happened to Self-Knowledge in the Republic?'

6. Paula Gottlieb, 'Aristotle on Self-Knowledge'

7. Karen Margrethe Nielsen, 'Aristotle on Knowing One’s Own Character: Why Self-Knowledge Matters for Virtue' 

8. James Warren, 'Epicureans on Hidden Beliefs'

9. Jean-Baptiste Gourinat, 'Self-Knowledge, Self-Perception, and Perception of One’s Body in Stoicism'

10. Gwenaëlle Aubry, 'An Alternative to Cartesianism? Plotinus’s Self and its Posterity in Ralph Cudworth'


Fiona Leigh, ‘Self-knowledge, Elenchus, and Authority in Early Plato’, Phronesis 65 (3), 2020

Fiona Leigh (ed.), ‘Self-knowledge in Ancient Thought', in Self-knowledge in Ancient Philosophy (Oxford, OUP, 2020)

Fiona Leigh (ed.), Self-knowledge in Ancient Philosophy (Oxford, OUP, 2020)

Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi, ‘Aristotle on the Affective Powers of Colour and Pictures’, in Katerina Ierodiakonou, Pascale Darron & Pierre Ducrey(eds.), Colour Psychology in the Graeco-Roman World (Switzerland, Vandoeuvres)


Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi, ‘Berryman, Sylvia. Aristotle on the Sources of the Ethical Life. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019’ (review)', Ethics 31 (1):127-132


Merrick Anderson, ‘What are the Wages of Justice?Rethinking the Republic's Division of Goods’, Phronesis 65 (1):1-26 (2020)


Fiona Leigh, 'Says Who? Modes of Speaking in the Euthydemus', Australasian Philosophical Review, 3 (2) pp. 123-130 (2019)

Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi, 'Aristotle's Peculiarly Human Psychology', in Geert Keil and Nora Kraft (eds.), Aristotle's Anthropology (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2019), pp. 60-76.

Merrick Anderson, 'Legein' to What End?' Australasian Philosophical Review, 3 (2) (2019) 

Merrick Anderson, 'Immorality or Immortality? An Argument for Virtue.', Rhetorica 2 (37):97-119 (2019).

Saloni De Souza and Daniel Vázquez, 'Teleology and Sophistic Endeavour in the Euthydemus', Australasian Philosophical Review, 3 (2) (2019)

The Eudemian Ethics on the Voluntary, Friendship, and Luck: The Sixth Keeling Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, edited by Fiona Leigh  (Brill, 2012)


Introduction, Brad Inwood and Fiona Leigh

1. David Charles, 'The Eudemian Ethics on the Voluntary'

2. Christopher Rowe, 'Aristotle's Eudemian Ethics on Loving People and Things'

3. Mary Margaret McCabe, 'With Mirrors or Without: Self-Perception in Eudemian Ethics VII.12

4.  Jennifer Whiting, 'The Pleasure of Thinking Together: Prolegomenon to a Complete Reading of EE VII.12

5. Friedemann Buddensiek, 'Does Good Fortune Matter? Eudemian Ethics VIII.2 on Eutuchia'

Previous Keeling volumes

Particulars in Greek Philosophy: The Seventh S.V. Keeling Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, edited by Robert Sharples (Brill, 2009)

Philosophy and the Sciences in Antiquity, edited by Robert Sharples (Aldershot and Burlington, Ashgate, 2005; republished London, Routledge 2010)

Plato and Aristotle's Ethics, edited by Robert Heinaman (Aldershot and Burlington, VT, Ashgate, 2003)

Whose Aristotle? Whose Aristotelianism? edited by Robert Sharples (Aldershot and Burlington, VT, Ashgate, 2001)

Aristotle and Moral Realism, edited by Robert Heinaman (London, Routledge, 1998)

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