Santiago Chame

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PhD programme in Human Sciences - 35° ciclo (October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2022)
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PhD programme in Human Sciences - 35° ciclo (October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2022)

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Linda Napolitano / Alessandro Stavru
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Linda Napolitano / Alessandro Stavru

Santiago Chame is a Ph.D candidate in Human Sciences (Philosophy curriculum) at the University of Verona, in collaboration with the University of Buenos Aires. His research interests focus on the ontology of the classical period, with special reference to the Socratic schools and their relation both with Plato and Aristotle. He has been lecturer of History of Ancient Philosophy and of Philosophical Latin at the University of Buenos Aires.

 

Peer reviewed articles

- “The Non-kinetic Origins of Aristotle's Concept of Ἐνέργεια”, Apeiron (2022) (published ahead of print: October 18, 2022), pp. 1–26. https://doi.org/10.1515/apeiron-2022-0060.

- “On the Megarians of Metaphysics IX 3”, Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie (2022) (published ahead of print: October 8, 2022), pp. 1-30. https://doi.org/10.1515/agph-2021-0086.

- “El argumento de Metaphysica Θ 1 según el seminario de Londres: el uso del análisis focal y el problema de los enunciados programáticos”, Aristotelica 2 (2022), pp. 71-94.

- “Dialettica e Felicità nei Socratici”, in Socratic Eudaimonìa, S. Chame, D. Morrison, L. Napolitano (eds.), in Thaumazein 9 (1) (2021), pp. 396-415.

- “El λόγος propio y el problema de la verdad en Antístenes”, Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 71 (1) (2021), pp. 383-410.

- “La ontología negativa en las filosofías socráticas y sus proyecciones interepocales”, Eidos 27 (2017), pp. 39-69.

- “La relación entre la sofística tradicional y la escuela megárica en torno a sus parámetros argumentativos: análisis comparativo del tratado Sobre el no ser y el Eutidemo”, Avatares Filosóficos 2 (2015), pp. 197-205.

Book chapters

- “The dialectical method in Xenophon and Antisthenes” in Xenophon Philosopher. Argumentation and Ethics, C. Mársico and D. Rossi Nunes Lopes (eds.), Peter Lang, Berlin (forthcoming).

- “Fra dèi e bestie: il mito del Politico e i limiti della condizione umana” in Platone e il governo delle passioni, F. Benoni and A. Stavru (eds.), Perugia, 2021, pp. 325-350.

Reviews

- Critical review of “Gardella, M. Las críticas de los filósofos megáricos a la ontología platónica. Buenos Aires: Rhesis, 2015”, Ideas y Valores 65 (160), 2016, pp. 256-260.

 

(last updated: 11/2022)

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