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Saloni de Souza

Focus of work

  • Greek philosophy (especially pre-Socratics, Plato and Aristotle)
  • Philosophy of healthcare
  • Comparative philosophy
  • Metaphysics

Other interests

  • Indian philosophy
  • Chinese philosophy

About the person (CV)

2023 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf
2023 Teaching Fellow, University of Essex
2019-2023 Associate Lecturer and Keeling Research Associate, University College London


Forthcoming (2024):  ‘That’s What Makes the World Go Round: Causation in the Myth in the Statesman’ (co-authored with Daniel Vázquez) in ed. Daniel Vázquez and Alberto Ross Cause and Explanation in Ancient Philosophy (Routledge).

Forthcoming (2023):  ‘Everything in Its Right Place: Plato on Zeno’s Paradox of Place’ in Eleatic Ontology: Origin and Reception, vol. 1, ed. Claudia Luchetti (Anais De Filosofia  Classica), to be published online.

Forthcoming (2023):  ‘This Life Terminates Here: Plato’s Phaedo on the Right Time to Die and Some Lessons for Contemporary Healthcare’ in Healing Classics, ed. Brian Hurwitz (Peter Lang).

2022: ‘Regress? I’ve Had a Few? Infinite Regress, Similarity and Dissimilarity in the Parmenides’, Rhizomata 10(2): 238–260.

2019: ‘Teleology and Sophistic Endeavour in the Euthydemus’ (co-authored with Daniel Vázquez), Australasian Philosophical Review 2:3.

2018: ‘Too Much of a Good Thing: Overtreatment in Epilepsy’, Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 24 (5).

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