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Stéphanie Grégoire
Associate Professor
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Educational Background:

B.Phil.

Laval University

1992

 

M.A.

Laval University

1994

 

Ph.D.

Laval University

1999

 

Postdoct.

Princeton University/University of St. Andrews (UK)

2002

Awards:

Postdoctoral Scholarship

SSHRC

1999

 

Doctoral Scholarship

SSHRC

1996

 

Auxiliary Scholarship

Fondation Charles-De Koninck

1995 & 1996

 

Doctoral Scholarship

FCAR

1995

Research Interests:

Plato, Aristotle, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Thomas Aquinas, Medieval philosophy, Ethics, Aristotelian Logic, Informal Logic, Philosophy of Law

Research Activity:

PUBLICATIONS, REFERRED JOURNALS:

‘Aristotle’s Conception of Natural Slavery’, forthcoming in Peripatetikos #7, 2012, http://www.aristotle-aquinas.org/

’Punishment: Aquinas and The Classical Debate’, Angelicum 86, 2009, p. 375-398.

‘Aristotle and the Hypothetical-Experimental Method in Natural Philosophy’, Peripatetikos #6, 2006, p. 27-57, http://www.aristotle-aquinas.org/

‘Can Aristotle’s Women be Philosophers?’, Peripatetikos #5, 2005, p. 7-19, http://www.aristotle-aquinas.org/

‘The Four Tools of Dialectic: Their Nature and their Use in Metaphysics ix, Ancient Philosophy 21, 2001, Mathesis Publications, p. 403-443.

‘Les instruments dialectiques: leur nature et leur usage dans la Metaphysique Theta’, Actes XXVIIe Congres des Societes de Philosophie de Langue Française: La Metaphysique, Vrin, Paris, 1998, p 26-35. 

PAPERS, CONFERENCES:

June, 2012: ‘Questions en Ethique professionnelle: Proces du Proces’, Annual Meeting of the Eastern Section of the Society for Aristotelian Studies, Universite Laval, Quebec

August, 2011: ‘Philia dans Aristote’, Annual Meeting of the Eastern Section of the Society for Aristotelian Studies, Universite Laval, Quebec.

July, 2010: ‘L’eternite du monde selon Aristotle’, Annual Meeting of the Eastern Section of the Society for Aristotelian Studies, Universite Laval, Quebec.

May, 2009: ‘Aristotle and the Diversity of Friendships’, Annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Christian Philosophers, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa.