S 22-237 Philo of Alexandria Seminar: Philo & the History of Interpretation

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S 22-237  Philo of Alexandria

Sunday 11/22/2015 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Room: Room TBD – Hotel TBD

Theme: Philo & the History of Interpretation

Sarah Pearce, University of Southampton, Presiding

Nelida Naveros Cordova, CDP, Loyola University of Chicago
The Greek Philosophical Tradition in Philo’s Ethical Teaching: Eusebeia for the Service of God and Human Beings (25 min)
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Frank Shaw, Ashland University
An Onomastic History: What Can Philo Provide? (25 min)
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Michael Francis, University of Notre Dame
Voluntary and Involuntary Sin and the Allegory of the Soul in Philo (25 min)
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Ludovica De Luca, Università degli studi Roma Tre
The bronze snake according to Philo of Alexandria in Legum allegoriae II, 79-81 (25 min)
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Justin M. Rogers, Freed-Hardeman University
The Reception of Philonic Arithmological Exegesis in Didymus the Blind’s Commentary on Genesis (25 min)
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Discussion (15 min)

Author: TorreyS

See http://www.torreys.org/bible

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