Our Institute proudly presents the Forum of Hellenistic and Roman Philosophy, a new scholarly platform generated by an international cooperation between our Institute and the University of Crete. The Forum of Hellenistic and Roman Philosophy is a venue dedicated to the study of Hellenistic and Roman Philosophy (defined chronologically roughly from 300 BCE to 200 AD). The aim of this forum is to bring together experienced and younger scholars working on Hellenistic and Roman Philosophy from all around the world in order to present new research in this area, exchange views and test new approaches in reading philosophical texts from this period. The Forum is jointly managed by Attila Németh (Institute of Philosophy, RCH, Budapest) and Georgia Tsouni (Department of Classics, University of Crete).

We wish to cordially invite you to its first seminar on Cato’s integritas  by Prof. James Warren on January 28, 2021 at 12.00 pm New York / 5.00 pm Cambridge / 6.00 pm Budapest / 7.00 pm Athens time.

Registration is required:


For more information about the Forum, please visit the website or the Facebook page. If you have further questions, please contact the organisers, Attila Németh and Georgia Tsouni at .