Emily Fletcher

Associate Professor (University of Toronto, Ph.D. 2012)

Mellon Chair in Ancient Greek Philosophy



5173 Helen C. White

Professor Fletcher’s research interests lie primarily in Ancient Greek Philosophy, especially ethics and moral psychology. She has written several articles about the examination of pleasure in Plato’s Philebus, and she is currently working on the relationship between the body and the soul in Plato’s Timaeus. Her recent publications include “Plato on Incorrect and Deceptive Pleasures” (Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 2018), “The Divine Method and the Disunity of Pleasure in the Philebus” (Journal of the History of Philosophy, 2017), and “Aisthēsis, Reason and Appetite in the Timaeus” (Phronesis 2016).