What is the International Association of Greek Philosophy
The International Association of Greek Philosophy (I.A.G.P.) is a non-profit academic organisation. Its aim is to cultivate and promote the study of Greek Philosophy.
The I.A.G.P. welcomes cooperation with all organisations, societies and foundations with similar aims; its purpose being to coordinate on an international level all work connected with the research and study of Greek philosophy. To this end it organises Lectures, Seminars, Symposia and Conferences of an international character and scope.
Discussions and Studies on Greek philosophy are published by the I.A.G.P. in its journal and separately. The I.A.G.P.'s publications are printed either in modern Greek or in one of the three internationally recognised languages (English, French and German).
Founding members of the I.A.G.P. include distinguished scholars from all over the world.
Membership is of one of the following kinds: regular member, extraordinary or probationary member, and honorary member. The I.A.G.P. has a Governing Body, which works in cooperation with the I.A.G.P.'s International Committee.
Any individual or organisation sharing the aims of the I.A.G.P. may apply for membership. By becoming a member of the I.A.G.P. you are giving your support to the international dialogue on philosophy and to the communication between philosophical institutions and associations.
Cancellation of Conference
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
This is to inform you that the Organising Committee of the International Association for Greek Philosophy has decided to cancel the 32nd International Conference of Philosophy on the topic of “Virtues and Values in Greek Philosophy and in Global Era” (July 10-13, 2020), which was to have been held at Vouliagmeni, Athens.
The decision has been made due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which continues to evolve and the guidance coming from public health authorities regarding these unprecedented health and safety concerns.
We wish you all health and safety,
Professor K. Boudouris Athens,
30 Μarch 2020