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Angie Hobbs, Professor of the Public Understanding of Philosophy explores the history of Greek philosophy.

Angie's chief interests are in ancient philosophy and literature, ethics (both theoretical and applied) and political theory, and she has published widely in these areas, including Plato and the Hero (Cambridge University Press 2000; paperback 2006). She contributes regularly to radio and TV programmes, newspaper articles and philosophy websites; she lectures and gives talks around the world. She also engages in a variety of public and political work in the U.K., promoting the role of philosophy in schools and adult education and advising on academic public engagement.

An Introduction to the History of Western Philosophy Sheffield University

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Angie Hobbs, Professor of the Public Understanding of Philosophy explores the history of Greek philosophy.

Angie's chief interests are in ancient philosophy and literature, ethics (both theoretical and applied) and political theory, and she has published widely in these areas, including Plato and the Hero (Cambridge University Press 2000; paperback 2006). She contributes regularly to radio and TV programmes, newspaper articles and philosophy websites; she lectures and gives talks around the world. She also engages in a variety of public and political work in the U.K., promoting the role of philosophy in schools and adult education and advising on academic public engagement.

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