Translating ancient philosophy...
14 Jan 2003
The European Center for the Translation of Literature and the Human Sciences (EKEMEL) organizes an open discussion entitled Ancient Philosophy in Translation, which aims to analyze the special difficulties and peculiarities of the work of the translator when working on texts of great ancient philosophers.
The event is being hosted by EKEMEL's director of the Department of Philosophy and Human Sciences, Mr. Panayotis Poulos. Speakers in the open discussion are Mr. Paulos Kaligas, co-director of Deukalion literary magazine, and Mr. Vassilis Kalfas, professor of Philosophy in the University of Crete.
The event takes place on Tuesday, January 14, at 7:30pm, at the Logou & Technis Hall of Athens' Book Gallery.
Greek Ministry of Culture