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Details on Bleckmann Jana:
|RUB Faculty, Institute||Institute for Philosophy II|
|Type of Project||Package Application|
|International Research Institution||University of Chicago / Emory University, Atlanta|
|Report||My thesis is concerned about the question of how ambivalent impressions effect the soul in Plato's Republic. I spent the winter term 2015 at the University of Chicago to discuss my thesis with experienced researchers like Prof. Elizabeth Asmis and Prof. Gabriel Lear. I got two opportunities to present my research. In Chicago, I gave a presentation about “The Use of Ambivalent Impressions” in the “Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy Workshop”. In March, I was invited to give a talk about &quot;Objective Moral Values and Ambivalence in Plato's Republic&quot; at the Midterm Meeting of the International Plato Society at the Emory University, Atlanta. On both occasions I got valuable feedback.|