Jansen presents at the Annual Philosophy Mountain Workshop

16 February 2015

Sarah Jansen, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, recently presented her paper “More Regrets” at the annual Philosophy Mountain Workshop, held in Whistler, B.C., February 6 through 8.   

Jansen joined the Carleton faculty as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the fall of 2012. After surviving her first winter in Minnesota, this Arizona native joined the department as a tenure-track member in the fall of 2013. Jansen’s interests include ancient Greek philosophy, virtue ethics, animal ethics, aesthetics and philosophy of sport. Her current research is on Plato’s moral psychology, Plato’s aesthetics, the dramatic aspects of Plato’s dialogues and, more recently, Aristotle’s metaphysics and natural philosophy. Her article “Plato’s Phaedo as a Pedagogical Drama” was recently published in Ancient Philosophy.

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