I am a doctoral student in philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. I received a B.A. in Philosophy and Humanities from Villanova University (2014) and completed the post-baccalaureate program in Classical Studies at Penn (2015). I am primarily interested in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, but I am also interested in formal logic and ethical theory.
I have served as a teaching assistant for a university course on Logic and Formal Reasoning. I have also completed a great deal of coursework in logic and mathematical logic. I am currently co-authoring a paper on one of the famous logical paradoxes advanced by Zeno.
In addition to studying philosophy, I have spent several years studying Ancient Greek and Latin. Prior to entering the doctoral program in philosophy at Penn, I completed a year of coursework in both languages in the post-baccalaureate program in Classical Studies. I began my studies in Greek at the University of Oxford.
I have always excelled in writing-intensive courses. I also have experience editing and proofreading academic papers, articles, and volumes.
Undergraduate Degree: Villanova University - Bachelors, Philosophy
Graduate Degree: University of Pennsylvania - PHD, Philosophy
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