Last year I had the pleasure of contributing a paper at the Representation of Philosophers session at the Renaissance Society of America, in Venice. My paper was Socrates Becomes Narcissus: Moral Mediation and Artistic Representation in Achille Bocchi’s Symbolicarum quaestionum, (left). You can read that here, along with three other papers on philosophers in visual art and culture. The session was organised by Helen Langdon who also contributes a paper on representation of philosophers in Salvator Rosa. I like this method of disseminating research via the web, and I hope to do more of it in the future.