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Lecturer, Department of Greek and Latin

Dr. Elena Cagnoli Fiecconi's main research interests lie in Aristotle's ethics and moral psychology, though she has broad interests in other ancient traditions. She also enjoys exploring the relevance of ancient views for contemporary philosophy of mind and ethics. She wrote her PhD under the supervision of Ursula Coope and Jessica Moss at the University of Oxford. She then spent a  year at the Thumos research group in Geneva, followed by a year at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute working on a project concerning the links between Aristotle's work on ethics, biology and psychology. She joined the Department of Greek and Latin, UCL in 2018. Her new book, Ethics for Rational Animals, will be published on 14 March 2024 by Oxford University Press.

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