I am continuing a series of interviews with journal editors (see the previous entry with Anna Marmodoro) with Thornton Lockwood, editor of Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek and Roman Political Thought. Thornton is Professor of Philosophy at Quinnipiac University and the Program Director of the First-Year Seminar. He received a BA in history from Hamilton College, a MA in the Liberal Arts from St. John’s College (Annapolis), and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Boston University. His scholarly research focuses on ancient Greek and Roman ethical and political thought and its subsequent reception. He has co-edited two volumes, Aristote Politique VII: La constitution « selon nos vœux » (Polis, 2019) and Aristotle’s…
Interview with Sophia M Connell, “Aristotle and Female Animals”
As part of his continuing interview series, Richard Marshall interviews Sophia M. Connell (Birkbeck, University of London) about her work, with a specific focus on Aristotle’s views on women: https://www.3-16am.co.uk/articles/aristotle-and-female-animals-etc?c=end-times-series.
LA Review of Books Interviews Rachana Kamtekar on Plato’s Moral Psychology
Readers will be interested to see the interview with Rachana Kamtekar that Andy Fitch conducts for the LA Review of Books: Appetite and Anger Harmonized with Knowledge: Talking to Rachana Kamtekar. They discuss her recent book, Plato’s Moral Psychology: Intellectualism, the Divided Soul, and the Desire for Good. There was an earlier Ethics review forum on the book here.
Richard Marshall Interviews Christopher Shields
Readers may be interested in Richard Marshall’s interview of Christopher Shields: “Aristotle, Metaphysics, and the Delicacy of Anachronism“