Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

Babeş–Bolyai University - Faculty of History and Philosophy

The Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy was founded back in 2004 and represents a research unit focused on the translation, the commentary, the editing and the exegesis of ancient and medieval works that are missing from the Romanian culture and which have the potential to shape both the local platform that absorbs this philosophy and the Romanian philosophical terminology. The result of 10 years of activity, including 6 research grants with national financing, over 10 international and national colloquiums, over 50 Greek and Latin editions, 5 supervised collections at the most important publishers in Romania, participations in international colloquiums and the publishing of an internationally prestigious journal for ancient and medieval philosophy – Chora, revue des études anciennes et médiévales (in collaboration with Léon Robin Centre, Paris IV, Sorbonne) – frame the Centre’s main domain of activity.
The Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy is accredited at Babeş-Bolyai University as complex type research unit (position 37 from The list of research units accredited at BBU, update 2016)