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Professor Rohan Sikri

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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR -- Classical Chinese Philosophy, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Continental Philosophy

I work in the areas of ancient Greek and classical Chinese philosophy. My research often takes a metaphilosophical approach, focusing on questions of methodology, the cultural and social construction of the 'philosopher,' as well as on debates related to the scope and agenda of the philosophical exercise as it is conceived in traditions of antiquity. Currently, I am working on multiple projects that explore the intersection of medical and philosophical debates in early China and ancient Greece, questions of philosophy as a therapeutic practice, and the philosophy of travel in Greek and Chinese antiquity.

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