Michael Pakaluk

Michael Pakaluk

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Michael Pakaluk (A.B., Harvard; M.Litt., Edinburgh; Ph.D., Harvard) wrote his dissertation on Aristotle's theory of friendship under John Rawls and was, for many years, the Director of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy (BACAP). Currently Professor of Philosophy at Ave Maria University in Florida, he has formerly taught at Clark University and the Institute for the Psychological Sciences, and has held visiting positions at Brown, Cambridge, Catholic University of America, Harvard, St. Andrews and Santa Croce (Rome). The author of six books, most recently (with Giles Pearson, University of Bristol), Moral Psychology and Philosophy of Action in Aristotle (Oxford University Press, 2011).

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