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About Damian Caluori

Damian Caluori is an assistant professor in the Philosophy Department at Trinity University, where he teaches courses in ethics and the history of philosophy. He is interested in all aspects of Greek thought with an emphasis on Plato and late ancient philosophy.
A native of Switzerland, Caluori studied philosophy, Greek language and literature, and mathematics at the University of Zurich, where he received his Lic. phil. His doctoral thesis at the University of Oxford, written under the supervision of the late Michael Frede, was on Plotinus. Before coming to Trinity, Caluori did post-doctoral work in Zurich and at the Université Paris Sorbonne.

Positions

2009 Present Associate Professor, Philosophy, Trinity University Department of Philosophy
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Disciplines


Honors and Awards

  • 2010 Conington Prize, awarded by the Philosophy Faculty Board, University of Oxford, for my dissertation.

Courses

  • Classical Greek Philosophy
  • Hellenistic Philosophy
  • Late Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Ethics

Books (3)

Articles (9)

Contributions to Books (7)