International Conference

on PHILOSOPHY

 

June 1-4, 2006

Athens, Greece

 

PROGRAM

 Organized by

 

ATHENS INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH (AT.IN.E.R.)

 

 

    Conference Venue: Vilia, Prefecture of Attica

    07:00   BUS DEPARTURE FROM CONFERENCE HOTEL TO THE VENUE

       07:15   BUS DEPARTURE FROM CENTRAL ATHENS (PARK HOTEL, 10 ALEXANDRAS AVENUE STREET) TO THE VENUE

 

    Organizing AND SCIENTIFIC Committee

 

1.     Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President and Director, ATINER.

2.     Dr. Nicholas Pappas, Vice-President of ATINER  & Associate Professor, Sam Houston University, USA

3.     Dr. Michalis Epitropoulos, Head, Tourism Research Unit, ATINER.

4.     Chrysoula Gitsoulis, Academic Member, ATINER &  Adjuct Lecturer, Baruch College, CUNY, USA.  

5.     Dr. Scott Nelson, Academic Member, ATINER &  Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech, USA.

6.     Dr. Donald V. Poochigian, Academic Member, ATINER &  Professor, University of North Dakota, USA.

7.     Dr. Ioannis Stivachtis, Academic Member of ATINER and Director, International Studies Program Virginia Tech - Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA.

8.     Dr. John Kelvyn Richards, Academic Member, ATINER.

9.     Penelope Voutsina, Academic Member, ATINER.

10.  Ioannis Vamvakitis, Academic Member of ATINER and Associate Tutor in Media and Film, University of Sussex, U.K.

11.  Dr. Theophile Theopanides, Academic Member, ATINER &  Honorary Professor, National Technical University of Athens, Greece & University of Montreal, Canada.

 

Administration

Takis Chreppas, Thomas Papanikos, Sylia Sakka.


CONFERENCE PROGRAM

 (The time for each session includes a 10 minutes coffee break)

 

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

 

18:30-20:00 Pre-Registration for those staying at the Conference Hotel

 

20:00-22:00 Welcome Dinner and Opening Remarks for those staying at the Conference Hotel.

 

 

Thursday, June 1st, 2006

 

08:00-08:30 Registration

 

08:30-08:40 Welcome and Opening Remarks

 

 Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, President and Director, ATINER, Greece and Dr. Nicholas Pappas, Vice-President of ATINER & Associate Professor, Sam Houston University, USA.

 

    09:00-10:00                                                                                                   Thursday, June 1st, 2006    

Session I (Room A)

Chairperson: Dr. John Kelvyn Richards, Academic Member, ATINER.

Session II (Room B)

Chairperson: Morris, W., Associate Professor, Illinois Wesleyan University, USA.

            

Session III (Room C)

Chairperson: Dr. Nicholas Pappas, Associate Professor, Sam Houston University, USA and Vice-President of ATINER.

Session IV (Room D)

Chairperson: Smith, T., Professor, University of Texas, USA.

 

                                                                        

 

1.          Ding, J., Professor, California State Polytechnic University, USA. Indian Yoni-Linga and Chinese Yin-Yang: Conceptual Comparisons.

 

2.          Varghese, M., Lecturer, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan. Buddhist View on Sustainable Development and Economic Progress: A Methodological Discussion Using Shunya and Prasanga.

 

3.         Gupta, B., Curators’ Professor, University of Missouri, USA. Myths about Indian Philosophy and Beyond.

 

4.          Schiltz, E., Assistant Professor, College of Wooster, USA. Who am I?”: Tthe Platonic Dialogues and the Upanishads on the Self.

1.         Cederblom, J., Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA & Spohn, C., Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA. A Defence of Retributivism against Criticisms of “Harm for Harm” Principle.

2.         Bedau, H.A., Professor, Tufts University, USA. Capital Punishment and the Right to Life.

3.         Cooney, B., Professor, Centre College, USA. Toward a Definition of Life.

4.         Putnam, C.E., Fulbright Scholar (History of Medicine), Hungary. What Kind of a Right is the “Right to Die”?

5.         McEvoy, A., Assistant Professor, Mansfied University, USA. Aristotle and Brain Death: What Happens When the Master Meets Modern Medicine?

1.         Stivachtis, I., Director, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA. Human Rights, Global Social Justice and Cultural Diversity: Humanism and the Question of Difference. (Thursday,  1st of June)

2.         Nelson, S., Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech. University, USA. Another Cosmopolitanism: Universalizing the Difference/Differing the Universal.

 

3.         *Schuller, P., Associate Professor, Miami University, USA. Virtues Required By the Socially Reproductive Beings.

 

4.         *Nicholson C., Professor, Rider University, USA. A Philosophical View of the Clash of Civilizations.

 

1.      Podbielski, M., Researcher, Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. The Irrational, the Metaphor of Painting and the Acts of Knowledge in Plato.

2.      Anderson, M., Lecturer, Belmont University, USA. Response Phrases in Republic, Book One.

 

3.      Hoppe, E., Associate Professor, Lewis University, USA. The World According to Plato.

 

 

    


    

     10:00-11:30                                                                                                            Thursday, June 1st, 2006      

Session V (Room A)

Chairperson: *Schuller, P., Associate Professor, Miami University, USA.

Session VI (Room B)

Chairperson: Stivachtis, I., Director, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, USA.

Session VII (Room C)

Chairperson: *Nicholson C., Professor, Rider University, USA.

 

Session VIII (Room D)

Chairperson: Anderson, M., Lecturer, Belmont University, USA.

 

1.         Castelao-Lawless, T., Professor, Grand Valley State University, USA. Education for the Academy and Education for Citizenship: Application of an Epistemological Model to 21st Century Scientific and Moral Education.

2.         Romano, J., Professor, Cabrini College, USA. Aristotle’s Theory of Principles: A Rationalistic Empirical Ambiguity.

3.         Reed, B., Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois University, USA. A Defense of Stable Invariantism.

 

1.      Lannstrom, A., Assistant Professor, Stonehill College, USA. I Don't Remember my First Day of School, So Am I Still the Same Person? Locke's Account of Personal Identity.

2.      Morris, W., Associate Professor, Illinois Wesleyan University, USA. The Myth of Hume’s Compatibilism.

3.      Brown, C., Associate Professor, Illinois Wesleyan University, USA. Morality without Metaphysics: Another Look at Hume's Sentimentalism.

4.      Kalt, S., Adjunct Professor, Boston College, USA. Does Moral Knowledge motivate us to Act? Hume’s Sceptical Answer.

 

 

 

 

 

1.       Glazebrook, T., Associate Professor, Dalhousie University, Canada. Aristotle's Metaphysics and Quantum Physics.

2.       Homiak, M., Professor, Occidental College, USA. Aristotelian Virtue: An Approachable Ideal.

3.       Laycock, H., Professor, Queen’s University, Canada. Aristotle on Mixture.

 

4.       Scott, S., Teaching Fellow, University of North Carolina, USA. The Coherence of Aristotle’s Theory of Time.

 

1.            Hermansson, H., Ph.D. Student, Royal Institute of Philosophy, Sweden. What Risk Takings are Fair: Ethical Aspects of Social Risk Management.

2.            Howick, J., Ph.D Student, London School of Economics, UK. Placebo Controls: Epistemic Virtue or Vice?

 

3.            Smith, T., Professor, University of Texas, USA. The Egoist’s Virtues: How Rational Egoism Requires Moral Virtue.

 

4.            Baum, R., Professor, University of Florida, USA. How are Cases Related to Ethical Theories?

 

 

 

 

    

    


    11:30-13:00                                                                                                                                          Thursday, June 1st, 2006  

Session IX (Room A)

Chairperson: Romano, J., Professor, Cabrini College, USA.

Session X (Room B)

Chairperson: Kalt, S., Adjunct Professor, Boston College, USA.

 

Session XI (Room C)

Chairperson: *Yastremski, S.I., Associate Professor, Bucknell University, USA.

 

Session XII (Room D)

Chairperson: Baum, R., Professor, University of Florida, USA.

 

 

1.         Cunning, D., Assistant Professor, The University of Iowa, USA. Descartes on the Genealogy of our Ideas of Sensations.

2.       Scholl, A., Assistant Professor, American University Kuwait, Kuwait. Imagination in Descartes’s Skepticism.

3.       Allen, H., Doctoral Student, University of South Carolina, USA. Psychological and Ethical Naturalism in Spinoza and Kant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.         Eckert, M., Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, USA. What is Socratic Piety?

 

2.         Kim, H.-K., Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA. Socrates’ Piety and Socratic Piety.

 

3.     Levenson, C., Professor, Idaho State University, USA. Socrates’ Daimon in Plato’s Euthydemus.

 

4.     Paleologou, M., Lecturer, California State University, USA. Pre-Socratic Influences on Socratic Capacities.

 

                              

 

1.     Edvardsson, K., Ph.D. Student, Royal Institute of Philosophy, Sweden. Should we Set Utopian Goals?

2.     Faber, K., Lecturer, Vanderbilt University, USA. Why There Is Something Rather Than Nothing.

3.     Hales, S., Professor, Bllomsburg University, USA. Time for Change.

 

4.     Wreen, M., Professor, Marquette University, USA. “Omnipotence”.

 

5.     Jost, L., Professor, University of Cincinnari, USA. Philosophy as a Competitive, Collaborative Contact ("Olympish") Sport.

 

1.     Staihar, J., Ph.D. Student, University of Michigan, USA. A Restorative Theory of Punitive Desert.(Thursday, 1st  of June)

2.     Lackey, J., Assistant Professor, Northern Illinois State University, USA. Trust and Assurance: Interpersonal Views in the Epistemology of Testimony.

 

3.     Sheinman, H., Assistant Professor, Rice University, USA. The Priority of Courts in the General Theory of Law.

 

4.         Palm, E., Ph.D. Student, Royal Institute of Philosophy, Sweden. Privacy – A Sour Grape?

 

 

 


 

   13:00-14:30                                                                                                                                 Thursday, June 1st, 2006

Session XIII (Room A)

Chairperson: Dr. John Kelvyn Richards, Academic Member, ATINER.

Session XIV (Room B)

Chairperson: Paleologou, M., Lecturer, California State University, USA.

 

Session XV (Room C)

Chairperson: Wreen, M., Professor, Marquette University, USA.

 

Session XVI (Room D)

Chairperson: Dr. Nicholas Pappas, Associate Professor, Sam Houston University, USA and Vice-President of ATINER.

 

 

1.     Hanna, P., Professor, University of Utah, USA. Language as Community Property.

2.     Wang, X., Associate Professor, Juniata College, USA. Cross-Language Communication Versus Mutual Understanding.

3.     Medina, J., Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University, USA. How to Undo Things with Words: Infelicitous Practices and Infelicitous Agents.

4.     Fuller, G., Associate Professor, Central Michigan University, USA & Adams, F., Professor and Chair of Philosophy, University of Delaware, USA. Empty Names and Pragmatic Implicatures.

 

1.     Gitsoulis, C., Lecturer, City University of New York. USA. Wittgenstein’s Contribution to Philosophy.

2.     Tambolo, L., Graduate Student, University of Trieste, Italy. On the Popperian Roots of Paul Feyerabend’s Philosophy of Science.

 

3.     Wiskus, J., Assistant Professor, Duquese University, USA. The Audible Geometry of Cezanne: Merleau-Party’s Musical Philosophy.

 

4.     Pavesich, V., Lecturer, California State University, USA. Hans Blumenberg’s Philosophical Anthropology: After Heidegger and Cassirer.

5.     Fistioc, M., Assistant Professor, Washington College, USA. Schopenhauer on Kant, Plato, and Ideas. (Thursday, 1st of June, afternoon)

 

 

1.      Shelby, C., Associate Professor, University of Colorado at Denver, USA. The Addicted Mind: A Philosophical Essay.

 

2.      Shilbes, W., Professor, University of WisconsinWhitewater, USA. The Angry Person: The Cognitive Theory of Emotion.

 

3.      Burke, T., Associate Professor, University of South Carolina, USA. Pragmatism as a Dual – Process Active – Externalist Theory of Experience.

 

4.      Doppelt, G., Professor, University of California, USA. How to be a Scientific Realist. (Thursday, 1st June)

 

 

1.   Weed, J.H., Assistant Professor, Tyndale University College, USA. Boethius and the Problem of Evil.

 

2.    Hamat, M.F., Lecturer, University of Malaya, Malaysia. The Position Of Logic In The Principle Of Islamic Jurisprudence: An Analysis Of Al-Ghazzali’s Thought On His Book, Al-Mustasfa Min ‘Ilm Al-Usul (The Quintessence Of The Principle Of Islamic Jurisprudence).

 

3.    Wan Abdullah, W.S., Senior Lecturer, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Mulla Sadra’s Critique on Abu Al-Barakat’s Argument on the Origination of Soul: An Analysis with an Annotated Translation of the elated Text From Asfar.

      

   14:30-15:30: LUNCH

 

15:30 BUS DEPARTURE FOR THE CENTRE OF ATHENS

 

16:30-19:30 FREE AFTERNOON TO WALK AROUND PLAKA AND ACROPOLIS

 

   19:30-21:30 GREEK NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT           Place: STAMATOPOULOS TAVERN, 26 Lissiou Street, Plaka, Tel.: 210 3228722

 

   21:30 BUS DEPARTURE FOR CONFERENCE HOTEL

 


 

   Friday, June 2nd, 2006

 

     08:30-10:00                                                                                                                                    Friday, June 2nd, 2006  

Session XVII (Room A)

Chairperson: Hanna, P., Professor, University of Utah, USA.

Session XVIII (Room B)

Chairperson: Wiskus, J., Assistant Professor, Duquese University, USA.

Session XIX (Room C)

Chairperson: *Poochigian, D., Professor, University of North Dakota, USA.

Session XX (Room D)

Chairperson: Weed, J.H., Assistant Professor, Tyndale University College, USA.

 

1.     *Hughes, P., Professor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA. Temptation, Public Policy, and the Impairment of Personal Autonomy.

 

2.     Etieyibo, E., Ph.D. Student, University of Alberta, Canada. Libertarianism and the Dichotomy between Positive and Negative Rights.

 

3.     Trerise, J., Ph.D. Student, University of Missouri, USA. Libertarianism and Intellectual Property Rights.

 

4.     Svensson, S., Ph.D. Student, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Can and Should we Focus on Respecting Autonomy in Traffic Research?

 

5.     Moland, L., Assistant Professor, Babson College, USA. Patriotism as Political Concern.

 

 

1.        Nounou, A., Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota, USA. Scientific Explanation, Prediction and Understanding: Lessons from Quantum Field Theories.

 

2.      *Steuer, M., Reader Emeritus, London School of Economics, UK. The Role of Assumptions in Scientific Investigation.

 

3.      Anderson, E., Professor, Drew University, USA. Generalizing Scientific Essentialism.

 

 

1.      Festin, M.L.M., Dean of Studies, San Carlos Seminary, Philippines. The Ergon-Energeia Perspective in the Interpretation of Aristotle’s Ethical Doctrine on Eudaimonia.

2.      Purviance, S., Professor, University of Toledo, USA. Psyche, Thumos and the Spirited Soul. A Philosopher is Arrested.

3.      Zhyrkova, A., Researcher, University of Tel-Aviv, Israel. Porphyry’s Interpretation of Categories – A Neoplatonic Approach to Nominalism?

 

1.     Burch, R., Ph.D. Student, University of Warwick, UK. History and Love in Nietzsche: How Circe Keeps Us in Her Grip.

2.     Tallant, J., Lecturer, University of Leeds, UK. Presentism, Causation and Action.

3.     Carr, D., Professor, Emory University, USA. Narrative Explanation in Human Sciences.

4.     *De Vleminck J., Ph.D. Student, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium. Philosophy and its Vicissitudes: A Psychiatric Approach to Philosophical Historiography.

 


 

  

   10:00-11:30                                                                                                                                                Friday, June 2nd, 2006  

Session XXI (Room A)

Chairperson: *Hughes, P., Professor, University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA.

Session XXII (Room B)

Chairperson: Trerise, J., Ph.D. Student, University of Missouri, USA.

Session XXIII (Room C)

Chairperson: * Jaworski, W., Assistant Professor, Fordham University, USA.

 

Session XXIV (Room D)

Chairperson: Carr, D., Professor, Emory University, USA.

 

1.   Jackson, J., Assistant Professor, University of Houston- Downtown, USA. Questioning and the Materiality of Crisis: Freud and Heidegger.

2.   Murphy, D., Assistant Professor, Saint Anselm College, USA. Would Existentialism Exist if Hegel Had Been Correctly Critiqued? Hegel, Kierkegaard and Nietzsche on God and Existentialism. 

 

4.   Kelly, M., Professor, Aquinas College, USA. The Right to Asylum: A Response to Arendt and Derrida.

 

5.   Kilivris, M., Ph.D. Student, Duquesne University, Australia. The Work of Art Technology. Unconcealment and History: Heidegger and Benjamin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.         Kim, C.T., Professor, Case Western Reserve University, USA. God and God’s Form: On the Metaphysical Foundation of Theology.

 

2.         Hodges, M., Professor, Vanderbilt University, USA. The Claims for Mysticism in the Varieties of Religious Experience.(Friday, June 2nd)

 

3.         *Yastremski, S.I., Associate Professor, Bucknell University, USA. Freedom in “Post-Everything” Culture. Religious Philosophy of Olga A. Sedakova.

 

4.         Koster, E., Lecturer, Vrije University, The Netherlands. The (ir)Rationality of Religious Stories.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.        *Poochigian, D., Professor, University of North Dakota, USA. The Paradox of One and Many.

 

2.        Wilburn, R., Assistant Professor, University of Nevada, USA. The Skeptic as Contextualist.

 

3.        Marras, A., Professor, University of Western Ontario, Canada. On the Plausibility of Higher – Level Causation.

 

4.        Pietersma, H., Professor, University of Toronto, Canada. The Confrontation of Transcendental and Realist Philosophy.

 

5.        Shanahan, T., Professor, Loyola Marymount University, USA. Can There be a Nonconsequentialist Rights – Based Moral Justification of Terrorism? (Friday, 2nd of June)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.     Gripaldo, R., Chair, De La Salle University, Philippines. Filipino Philosophy: A Western Tradition in an Eastern Setting.

2.     Tu, X., Ph.D. Student, Syracuse University, USA. The Politics of Philosophy: Mou Zongsan, the Kyoto School and Their Critics.

 

3.     Wang, L., Associate Professor, BS M&B CO, China. Discoveries of the Original Meaning in Tao Te Ching.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

       11:30-13:00                                                                                                                       Friday, June 2nd, 2006

Session XXV (Room A)

Chairperson: Dr. John Kelvyn Richards, Academic Member, ATINER.

Session XXVI (Room B)

Chairperson: Castelao-Lawless, T., Professor, Grand Valley State University, USA.

Session XXVII (Room C)

Chairperson: Marras, A., Professor, University of Western Ontario, Canada.

 

1.           Zong, D., Assistant Professor, Utica College, USA. Imagery Reflexivity.

2.           Ward, A., Lecturer, University of York, UK. Personal Identity and Survival. ( Friday, 2nd  of June)

3.           Joseph, M., Associate Professor, Mills College, USA. Radical Interpretation and Personhood.

4.           Özaltun, E., Ph.D. Student, Harvard University, USA. Is Language Necessary for Thought?

5.           Dellantonio, S., Ph.D. Student, University of Trento, Italy & Pastore, L., Assistant Professor, University of Bari, Italy. What do Concepts consist of? The Role of Geometric and Proprioceptive Information in Categorization.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                        

 

 

1.    Burrow, S., Assistant Professor, Cape Breton University, Canada. Courage, Self-Trust, and Autonomy Competency.

 

2.      Goldman, A., Professor, College of William & Mary, USA. Desire Based Reasons and Reasons for Desires.

3.      Voutsina, P., Ph.D. Student, University of Sheffield, UK. The Puzzle of Self-Knowledge.

4.      Furlong, C., Ph.D. Student, Harvard University, USA. Against Railton on the Practicality of Moral Requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.           Stephens, W., Professor, Creighton University, USA. The Providential Tourist or Epictetus on How a Stoic Travels. 

 

2.           *Weed, R.L., Assistant Professor, Tyndale University, USA. Democratic Envy in Aristotle: An Other-Centered Vice.

 

3.           Cranley, E.,  Ph.D Student., Queensland University of Technology, Australia. Creative Integrity: A Dialogue between Ethics & Aesthetics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  


 

    13:00-14:30                                                                                                                                   Friday, June 2nd, 2006

 Session XXVIII (Room A)

Chairperson: Dr. John Kelvyn Richards, Academic Member, ATINER.

Session XXIX (Room B)

Chairperson: *Weed, R.L., Assistant Professor, Tyndale University, USA.

 

 

Session XXX (Room C)

Chairperson: *De Vleminck J., Ph.D. Student, Catholic University Leuven, Belgium.

 

 

 

 

1.        Maiese, M., Assistant Professor, Emmanuel College, USA. Accounting for Mental Causation: Rethinking Physical Causal Closure and the Nature of Causal Law.

 

2.        March, P., Associate Professor, Saint Mary’s University, Canada. Naturalizing Perception: Answering Tye’s Ten.

 

3.        Yoo, J., Assistant Professor, Lafayette College, USA. The Other Explanatory Gap: A Davidsonian Look at the Mind-Body Problem.

 

4.        * Jaworski, W., Assistant Professor, Fordham University, USA. A Hylomorphic Solution to the Problem of Mental Causation.

 

                

 

 

1.           Liszka, J., Professor, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA. What is Pragmatic Ethics?

2.            Choi, M.K., Professor, Seowon University, South Korea & Dixon, M., Assistant Professor, Ohio Northern University, USA. A Human Systems Approach to Environmental Ethics.

 

3.            Giancola, D., Associate Professor, Suffolk University, USA. Maya and Dike and the Principles of Eco-Justice.

4.           Cummiskey, D., Professor, Bates College, USA. Dignity, Contractualism and Consequentialism.

5.           Caffieri, V., Ph.D. Student, University of Pisa, Italy. On the Concept of Entlastung from Arnold Gehlen.

6.           Peter, M., Ph.D. Student, Vanderbilt University, USA. Searching for Cosmopolitan Love: Aurelius and Royce.

 

 

 

1.          LaSusa, D., Graduate Student, Temple University, USA. The Philosophy of Souvenirs.

 

2.          Ranner, O., Lecturer, University College Cork, Ireland. Plato and the Limits of Language.

 

3.          Savion, L., Faculty, Indiana University, USA & Morado, R., Researcher, National University of Mexico, Mexico. Unconfined Rationality: A Normative yet Realistic Model of Inference.

 

4.  Thompson, J., Assistant Professor, Christopher Newport University, USA. Fumbling the Flywhisk: “Hidden” Complexities of Buddho-Daoist Debate.

 

 

 

 

     14:30-15:30: LUNCH

 

15:30 BUS DEPARTURE FOR THE CENTRE OF ATHENS

 

16:30 – 18:00 FREE TIME FOR SHOPPING AROUND SYNTAGMA SQUARE OR/AND VISIT THE NATIONAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF ATHENS

 

18:00-20:00 DINNER        Place: ROZALIA TAVERN, 58 Valtetsiou Street., Exarcheia Square, Tel.: 210-3302933

 

20:00 BUS DEPARTURE TO THE CONFERENCE HOTEL

 

 

     

Saturday June 3rd, 2006

One Day Cruise to the Aegean Islands (includes Lunch)
05:45 Bus Departure from the Conference Hotel

07:15 Bus Departure from Syntagma Square (outside “Hotel Great Britain”, 1 Vasileos Georgiou A’  Street)

20:30 Return to the Conference Hotel and Central Athens from Piraeus (Faliro)

 

Sunday June 4th , 2006

8:30 – 15:30 Tour to Marathon (Visit the Temple of Nemesis).

08:30 Bus Departure from the Conference Hotel

08:30 Bus Departure from Central Athens (Park Hotel, 10 Alexandras Street)

12:00 -14:00 Lunch in a traditional Greek Tavern

14:00 Return to the Conference Hotel and Central Athens