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Robert Woods

Robert Woods

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Education

B.A., University of Dublin, Trinity College
M.A., Tulane University
Ph.D., Ohio State University

Email: rwoods@vwu.edu
Department/s: Philosophy

Dr. Woods received his Ph.D. from Ohio State, specializing in ancient greek philosophy. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Dublin, Trinity College.

(2012) Translation: Plato Laches

(2011) Text-book: An Introduction To Reasoning

(2011) Article: "Diagramming Objections To Independent Premises", Informal Logic 31.2

(2011) Translation: Plato Meno

(2011) Translation: Plato Republic Bks. 2-4 (excerpts)

(2011) Review: J. D. G. Evans, A Plato Primer, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2011.01.17

(2010) Article: "As Happy As Can Be: How Republic's Philosophers Fare Best By Ruling", Journal of Ancient Philosophy 4.1

(2010) Translation: Plato Republic Bk. 1

(2009) Review article: "Scepticism About A Sceptical Aristotle", Polis 26.1

(2009) Article: "The Last Temptation of the Philosopher Ruler", Journal of Ancient Philosophy 3.1

(2008) Review: Susan D. Collins, Aristotle and the Rediscovery of Citizenship, Auslegung 29.2

(2007) Translations: Plato Euthyphro, Socrates' Defense, Crito, and death scene from Phaedo

(2006) Review: D. Brendan Nagle, The Household as the Foundation of Aristotle's Polis, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2006.11.14

(2006) Review: Andres Rosler's Political Authority and Obligation in Aristotle, Polis 23.1

ancient philosophy
reasoning
happiness studies

This represents a sample of recent courses taught by this professor. For the most current course information, consult WebAdvisor "Search for Courses".

Spring

PHIL109*01 Critical Reasoning

PHIL109*02 Critical Reasoning

PHIL209*01 Methods of Logic

PHIL209*02 Methods of Logic


Fall

PHIL109*01 Critical Reasoning

PHIL332*01 Ancient Greek Philosophy

GREK213*01 TU:Intermediate Ancient Greek

PHIL400*02 TU:Philosophy Seminar