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University of Warwick Professor, Fabienne Peter, Chosen as President of the Aristotelian Society for 2024-25


Professor Fabienne Peter, a philosopher from the University of Warwick, has been elected President of the Aristotelian Society for 2024-25 . Founded in the 1880s, the Aristotelian Society is one of the UK's oldest and most esteemed philosophical societies, fostering intellectual discourse in the field.

Professor Peter, recognised for her significant contributions to moral and political philosophy, will lead the society's efforts in organising lectures, seminars, and conferences to promote philosophical discussions among scholars, students, and the public.

Professor Peter said, “I’m very honoured and excited by this appointment. The Aristotelian Society plays an important role in the flourishing of UK philosophy, and it has done so for a long time.”

The University of Warwick’s Philosophy Department is widely viewed as leading in research and teaching, ranked 4th among UK universities for Philosophy in today’s 2024 Sunday Times Good University Guide. The strengths of the department include Philosophy of mind and epistemology, Post-Kantian European philosophy, Aesthetics and Moral, political and legal philosophy.

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For media inquiries and or interviews with Professor Fabienne Peter, please contact:
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Fri 15 Sep 2023, 09:23 | Tags: Philosophy