Christopher Isaac Noble received his Ph.D. in Classics from Princeton University, where he was a member of the Program in Classical Philosophy. His research focuses on Later Platonism, and in particular on the transformations that Platonic and Aristotelian psychology and physics underwent in Late Antiquity.
- 28.10.2011 - 29.10.2011ConferenceOrganiser
- 19.9.2011 - 20.9.2011ConferenceChair
- 18.10.2010 - 19.10.2010WorkshopParticipant
- TalkPart of: The Corollaries in the Commentaries on Aristotle's Physics by Simplicius and PhiloponusSpeaker
- 24.6.2010 - 25.6.2010ConferenceSpeaker
- 15.2.2010 - 25.2.2010WorkshopParticipant
- 18.1.2010 - 22.1.2010WorkshopParticipant