B.A., Western Oregon University
M.A., University of Toronto
Ph.D., Yale University
Ancient Philosophy, Ancient Ethics and Epistemology
Allison Piñeros Glasscock is Assistant Professor (LT). She specializes in ancient philosophy and is particularly interested in issues that lie at the intersection of ancient ethics and epistemology. Her current work investigates the value of knowledge and inquiry and the relationship between knowledge and the good life in Plato’s dialogues. Other areas of research interest include the craft analogy in ancient philosophy (and its implications for ethical motivation), Stoic ethics (especially Seneca’s account of benefaction), and contemporary philosophy of education.