Varieties of Ineffability in Ancient Philosophy
Online conference, 18th-21st September 2023
Call for Registration & Programme
This online conference will examine notions of philosophical ineffability in ancient Chinese, Graeco-Roman and Indian texts, dating up to the 9th century CE. By philosophical ineffability we mean the idea that the object of one’s philosophical inquiry, or some aspects of that inquiry itself, are wholly or to some extent beyond the reach of articulation through words.
Respondents & Discussants
Registration & Programme
Everyone is welcome to attend the conference online, but registration through this form is compulsory. Links will be sent out to all registered participants in early September.
The conference programme can be consulted here.
Organizers & Contact
Lea Cantor (Oxford/Cambridge)
Ursula Coope (Oxford)
Nilanjan Das (Toronto)
Shaul Tor (KCL)
For more information about the conference, please visit our conference website. For any inquiries, please contact one of the conference organizers directly.