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Melissa Lane

Name  Melissa Lane

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Education  American University, George Washington University
Awards  Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada

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Melissa Lane is a full professor of politics at Princeton University, a position she has held since 2009. Prior to this, she was a Senior Research Fellow of King's College, Cambridge and Associate Director of their Centre for History and Economics. She was a lecturer at Cambridge from 1994 to 2009.

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Academic career

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She graduated from Harvard University 'summa cum laude' with a degree in Social Studies. As a Marshall, Truman, and Phi Beta Kappa scholar, Lane went on to earn an M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Philosophy from Cambridge.

Books

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  • Plato’s Progeny: How Socrates and Plato still captivate the modern mind. Duckworth, 2001. Reviewed in
  • Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews,
  • Heythrop Journal
  • Mind,
  • Times Literary Supplement,
  • Greece and Rome, '
  • Philosophy in Review,
  • Phronesis,
  • Prudentia,
  • Review of Politics,
  • Method and Politics in Plato's Statesman. Cambridge University Press, 1998. Reviewed in
  • Polis
  • Athenaeum
  • Archives de Philosophie,
  • Classical Review,
  • Classical World
  • Ethicsw
  • Greece and Rome
  • Heythrop Journal
  • Journal of the History of Philosophy,
  • Review of Metaphysics
  • Phronesis.
  • Greek and Roman Political Ideas (Pelican Books, 2014) ISBN 978-0141976150.
  • Peer-reviewed journal articles

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  • "The evolution of eironeia in classical Greek texts: why Socratic eironeia is not Socratic irony", Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 31 (2006) 49-83.
  • "Argument and Agreement in Plato’s Crito", History of Political Thought 19:3 (1998) 313-330.
  • "The utopianism of Hamilton’s state of needs: on rights, deliberation, and the nature of politics", South African Journal of Philosophy 25 (2006) 207-213.
  • "Why History of Ideas At All?", History of European Ideas 28:1-2 (2002) 33-41.
  • "States of Nature, Epistemic and Political", Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (1998-1999) 1-24.
  • "Plato, Popper, Strauss, and Utopianism: Open Secrets?", History of Philosophy Quarterly 16:2 (April 1999) 119-42
  • Honours

  • Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
  • References

    Melissa Lane Wikipedia


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