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Gregory Sadler
Guide through the Labyrinth of Ideas

I'm a Professor of Philosophy with 15 years of experience designing and teaching Philosophy and Religion courses for students and lifelong learners. I also produce philosophy videos in YouTube, provide workshops for institutions and organizations, and give talks, interviews, and presentations for more general audiences.

I'm the author of one book (so far) and dozens of articles, book chapters, and encyclopedia entries. I also translate works from French and Latin, and am a longstanding member of the Thomas Aquinas Translation Project.

My work spans the History of Philosophy, and some of my areas of particular focus are Ethics, Political Theory, Philosophy of Religion, and Metaphysics. I've published or presented on figures ranging from ancients like Plato and Aristotle, through medievals like Anselm and Thomas Aquinas, to moderns like Thomas Hobbes and G.W.F. Hegel, to contemporary thinkers like Jacques Lacan, Dietrich Von Hildebrand, and Alasdair MacIntyre.

As a speaker, author, educator, and consultant, I bring philosophy into practice, making complex classic philosophical ideas accessible for a wide audience of professionals, students, and life-long learners.

New Curious course - Introduction to Plato's Ion Dialogue

New Curious course - Introduction to Plato's Ion Dialogue

I am happy to announce my latest course on Curious, an introduction to Plato's Dialogue, the Ion!

One of Plato's shortest dialogues, the Ion, grapples with whether authors or interpreters of literature possess knowledge, or divine inspiration. Discover the key ideas of this classic work of philosophy in this mini-course!

Let me know what you think of the course. And remember, I'm here if you have any questions!

Stay Curious!
Gregory Sadler

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