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Department of Philosophy

Staff

Prof. George Boys-Stones, MA (Cantab.), DPhil (Oxon.)

Personal web page

(email at g.r.boys-stones@durham.ac.uk)

George Boys-Stones is Professor of Ancient Philosophy at Durham and founding Co-Director of the Durham Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy. He has published on a wide range of topics in the field, but has a special interest in the philosophical movements of the post-Hellenistic period. He is author of a new source book for (and introduction to) 'Middle Platonism'. (A free download of the original Greek and Latin texts, formatted to match the published volume, is available from the CUP website for the book - look under Resources - and his Academia page.)

Prof. Boys-Stones is Managing Editor of the Ancient Philosophy journal Phronesis, General Editor for the Routledge monograph-series Issues in Ancient Philosophy, Joint Editor of the Brill series Ancient Philosophy & Religion, a member of the Advisory Board for Brill's Ancient Philosophical Commentary on the Pauline Writings, and

Areas of Doctoral Supervision

Most areas and periods of ancient philosophy, especially the Hellenistic schools, and post-Hellenistic Platonist and Christian philosophy.

Current PhD Students

Cesare Sinatti, συμπάθεια in ancient philosophy.

Publications

Authored book

Chapter in book

Edited book

Journal Article