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About Myrna Gabbe

Myrna Gabbe specializes in ancient philosophy.  She joined the faculty in 2005, upon receiving her PhD from the University of Pennsylvania.  She is currently working on a project investigating Plato’s and Aristotle’s theory of reproduction: what they took the benefit of reproducing to be for individual organisms and how their theory of its good undergirds and intersects with their political, ethical, and theological outlooks.  Prior to this project, her work largely focused on Aristotelian psychology. 

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2005 Present Associate Professor, University of Dayton Department of Philosophy
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2005 PhD, University of Pennsylvania
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1995 BA, University of Wisconsin
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4th Floor, Jesse Philips Humanities Center
University of Dayton
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469

Office Phone: 937-229-5140