2003 ‑ Volume V

Edited by Mark Reitsma, C. Michael Sampson & Stéphanie Simard

Dave Puxley ---- A Marvellous Unity: Dionysius, Maximus Confessor, and St. Augustine in Eriugena's Anthropology

Florence Yoon ---- The Slaughter of Innocents: the Portrayal of the Infanticide in Euripides' Medea

Stephen Russell ---- The Hamartia of Dido and Aeneas: Furor, Pudor and Culpa

Anne Cummings ---- The Need for Accomodation, Not Vindication in Sophocles' Antigone

Stéphanie Simard ---- The Immortality of the Soul and the Journey Towards the Good in Plato's Phaedo

C. Michael Sampson ---- Themis in Sophocles' Philoctetes

Ron Haflidson ---- The Knowledge Without the Way: The Contributions and Limitations of Platonism in Augustine's Conversion

Seamus O'Neil ---- Causality in the Elements of Theology of Proclus

Lindsay Ann Reid ---- Aeneas' Initial Perceptions of Carthage (Aeneid 1.421-436)

Mark Reitsma ---- The Aristotelian Unity of the Soul in the Pursuit of Happiness

Emily Varto ---- Sallust as a Source for the Pursuit of Marius' First Consulship

Matthew Wood ---- Heraclitus, Parmenides, and Zeno: Problems in Presocratic Ontology

George C. Bush ---- The Pseudonymity of Dionysius