'Quid omnium agere te maxime iuvat, Pu?'

'Quod -' dixit Pu, 'quod me maxime iuvat -' et ei intermittendum erat ut cogitaret.'


'Me quoque hoc iuvat,' dixit Christophorus Robinus, 'sed quod agere me maxime iuvat est Nihil.'


First published in 1999, Pseudo-Dionysius is run by undergraduate and graduate students at Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College. It offers the opportunity for university students at all levels to publish their work.

Vol 18 (2016)

Edited by Justin Wollf and Matthew Vanderkwaak

Table of Contents


On the Nature and Necessity of Odysseus' Deception in Philoctetes PDF
Keith Kampen
Nature, Logic, and Freedom in Eriugena's Periphyseon PDF
Harrington Critchley
Imperial Rule in Tacitus' Agricola and Martin Luther King Jr.'s Beyond Vietnam PDF
Madison Law-Bonvie
Epicureanism and Cynicism in Lucian PDF
Allison Graham
Mulled Thoughts: Mullus and Mugilis in Pliny's Naturalis Historiae and the De Re Conquinaria of 'Apicius' PDF
William C. Coney
'A Pestilent Knave from Macedonia:' Narratives of Culture and Ethnicity in Demosthenes' Third Philippic PDF
Cristalle Watson
You Fight Like a Girl: Medea, Theano II and Diverging Articulations of the Heroic Code PDF
Meg Shields
The Superbia of the Platonists in St. Augustine's Confessions PDF
Benjamin von Bredow
'Leading the Way to the Beatific Fatherland:' Platonic Ascents, Capax Dei, and the Sceptical Self in Augustine's Confessions PDF
Justin Wollf