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Sarah Broadie

Professor of Moral Philosophy and Wardlaw Professor, The University of St. Andrews

March 14, 2000
Toll Room, Alumni House — UC Berkeley Campus

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About Sarah Broadie Sarah Broadie is renowned for her work on moral philosophy in the Aristotelian tradition. She is a specialist in Classical Philosophy, and is highly regarded as an explicator of Aristotelian thought. Broadie recently presented the 2012-2013 presidential … Continued

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About Sarah Broadie

Sarah Broadie is renowned for her work on moral philosophy in the Aristotelian tradition. She is a specialist in Classical Philosophy, and is highly regarded as an explicator of Aristotelian thought. Broadie recently presented the 2012-2013 presidential address at the 134th session of the Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. Her address, entitled “Actual Instead,” explored the relationship between determinism and the use of counterfactual statements and argued that an acceptance of the principle of determinism sits badly with the ordinary practice of using counterfactuals to evaluate actions. In 2003, Broadie gave the Nellie Wallace lectures in the University of Oxford, entitled “Nature and Divinity in the Philosophies of Plato and Aristotle.” Broadie has recently been invited to present the 2014 Woodbridge Lectures at Columbia University.

 

 


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