James L. Siebach

assistant professor of philosophy at Brigham Young University, did undergraduate and graduate work in philosophy and classics, graduating with a Ph.D. from the Joint Program in Classics and Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin. His dissertation focused on self-knowledge in St. Augustine. His current scholarly focus is the Cappadocian Fathers, particularly Gregory of Nyssa. Prof. Siebach has published recently on Augustine in the journal Augustinian Studies and on Plato in a collection of essays.

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