Akitsugu Taki

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Name
Akitsugu Taki
Affiliation
Josai International University
Section
Department of Social and Environmental Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
Bachelor of Letters(The University of Tokyo), Master of Letters(The University of Durham)
Other affiliation
Josai University

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Professor, Department of Social and Environmental Studies, Josai International University
 
2003
 - 
2007
Temporary Lecturer in Greek and Latin, Musashi University
 
2003
 - 
2007
Temporary Lecturer (Seminar for the first-year students), Seijo University,
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Mar 2010
Research Fellow, Josai International University
 
Mar 2007
 - 
Mar 2011
Temporary Lecturer in Philosophy, Josai University
 

Education

 
Apr 1996
 - 
Mar 2002
Classics, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo
 
 
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1995
Classics, The University of Durham
 
 
 - 
2002
Classics, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1986
Philosophy, Faculty of Literature, The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
Akitsugu Taki
The Bulletin of the Graduate School of Josai International University   21 109-158   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Akitsugu Taki
The Bulletin of the Graduate School of Josai International University   21 51-74   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Akitsugu Taki
The Bulletin of the Graduate School of Josai International University   (20) 79-108   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
Akitsugu Taki
Bulletin, Graduate School, Josai International University   (20) 47-68   Mar 2017   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Akitsugu Taki
Bulletin, Josai International University   22(7) 87-100   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Akitsugu Taki
Bulletin, Josai International University   27(7) 1-26   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Akitsugu Taki
Weekly Dokusho-Jin   (3269)    Dec 2018
Man's Downfall in the Nature Destitute of Divinity: the Validity and Historical Background of the Statement-Type on the Binary Relation of Man and Nature
Akitsugu Taki
Bulletin, Josai International University   26(7) 1-22   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
The Egocentricity and Coercion Involved in Pursuing a Lifelong and Postmortal Purpose
Akitsugu Taki
Bulletin, Josai International University   25(7) 45-50   Mar 2017   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
"The origin of interrogation marks in the medieval manuscripts of Plato’s Republic and its significance in the tradition of Plato’s dialogues" in: Dialogues on Plato's Politeia (Republic). Selected Papers from the Ninth Sysmposium Platonicum. Edited by Ed
Noburu Notomi and Luc Brisson (edd.) (Part:Contributor, 33-39)
2013   
Alcibiades and the Socratic Lover-Educator
Bristol Classical Pr   Jan 2012   
“The Origin of the Lengthy Digression in Plato's Laws, Books I and II”Plato's Laws: From Theory into Practice: Proceedings of the VI Symposium Platonicum: Selected papers, edited by Samuel Scolnicov and Luc Brisson: pp. 48-53
Akademia Verlag   2004   ISBN:3896652613

Conference Activities & Talks

 
imitatio Socratis: A Histrionic Reconstruction of Plato’s Socrates [Invited]
Akitsugu Taki
University of Debrecen, Europena Commision, Ersumus+ Teaching Mobility Programme   17 Apr 2019   
A Short History of the Learning of the Greek and Latin Classics in Japan’ [Invited]
Akitsugu Taki
University of Debrecen, Europena Commision, Ersumus+ Teaching Mobility Programme   16 Apr 2019   
Proclus’ Reading of Plato’s Sokratikoi logoi: a note on his commentaries on the meta-dialectical remarks in the Alcibiades (112d-114e) and Plato’s other dialogues (precirculated paper)
Research Conference “Socrates, Alcibiades, and the Divine Lover/Educator”(Univ. of Newcastle, AU. 4th -6th Dec.’08)   2008   
Proclus' Reading of Plato's Sokratikoi Logoi (Japanese)
the seventh research conference of Philologica, Japan   2008   
An Epode for Clinias and Megillus’ Obduracy: an Analysis of the Conversation in Plato’s Laws, Book I and II
International Plato Society VI Symposium Platonicum   2001   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Literary Style in Classics
Birth and Development of Prose in Classics