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Ph.D. Cornell University
Ancient Philosophy, Ethics
I work on Greek and Roman philosophy, with focus on the ancient ethical tradition and additional interests in the natural philosophy of the period (especially Aristotle's and the Stoics'). My monograph Ancient Ethics (Routledge 2008) is a systematic treatment of Plato’s, Aristotle’s, Epicurean, and Stoic ethics designed to serve the interests both of students of ancient philosophy and of specialists in contemporary ethics who seek to understand the differences between Ancient and modern ethical philosophy. I have published a translation and commentary on Plato's Laws, Books 1-2, in the Clarendon Plato Series of Oxford University Press, and I am at work on the next volume, which will cover Books 3, 4, and 5. I also have active projects on Stoic and Aristotelian moral psychology.
Find me on PhilPapers: http://philpapers.org/s/Susan%20Sauve%20Meyer
Plato's Statesman: a Philosophical Discussion, edited by P. Dimas, M. Lane, and S. S. Meyer. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, at press)
Virtue, Happiness, and Knowledge, edited by D. O. Brink, C. Shields, and S. S. Meyer. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018).
Plato: Laws Books 1 and 2, translated with a commentary. The Clarendon Plato Series. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015).
Ancient Ethics. (London: Routledge, 2008).
Aristotle on Moral Responsibility: Character and Cause. (Blackwell 1993; reissued Oxford UP 2011)
“The Laws” in G. Fine, ed., The Oxford Handbook to Plato, 2nd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2019) 359-378
“Passion, Impulse, and Action in Stoicism” Rhizōmata 6.1 (2018): 109-134.
“Aristotle on Moral Motivation,” in Moral Motivation ed. Iakovos Vasiliou. Series, Oxford Philosophical Concepts. Oxford University Press (2016), 44-66.
“Emotion and the Emotions” [with Adrienne Martin]. In Roger Crisp, (ed.) The Oxford Handbook to the History of Ethics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013: 638-671.
“Chain of Causes: What is Stoic Fate?” in Ricardo Salles, ed., God and Cosmos in Stoicism, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009: 71-90.
“Aristotle, Teleology, and Reduction.” The Philosophical Review 101, (1992), 791-825.