Conference on Knowledge and Virtue in Ancient Philosophy, University of Notre 
Dame Australia (Sydney)

The Institute for Ethics & Society is delighted to host Knowledge and Virtue in 
Ancient Philosophy, a two-day conference on new work on ethics and epistemology 
from across Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, at the University of Notre Dame 
Australia (Sydney).

Speakers: Emily Hulme (USyd), Joshua Mendelsohn (Loyola Chicago), David 
Bronstein (UNDA), Angus Brook (UNDA), Marko Malink (NYU), Tyler Paytas (ACU), 
Melissa Merritt (UNSW), Jacob Klein (Colgate)

Date: May 17-18, 2023

Location: Moorgate Boardroom, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Broadway 
(10 Grafton Street, Chippendale)

Cost: Free

RSVP: To register to attend in-person or online, please contact David Bronstein 
( by 5 May.

This event is supported by the ARC Future Fellowship ‘Virtue with Aristotle: 
Recovering an Ancient Ethical Theory for Our Time’ held by David Bronstein, 
Associate Professor and Research Fellow in the Institute for Ethics & Society 
at the University of Notre Dame Australia.


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