Anne (Anne Freire) Ashbaugh

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Anne (Anne Freire) Ashbaugh

Professor of Philosophy, Emerita

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BA, Alverno College, 1967; MA, Louvain University, 1971; PhD, Duquesne University, 1974

Central Michigan University, 1975-78; Hiram College, 1974-75

Ancient Greek philosophy, philosophy of literature, theory of knowledge

Ancient theories of explanation, ancient medicine

Plato's Theory of Explanation (State University of New York Press, 1987); articles in Research in Phenomenology, Man and World, Philosophy Today, International Journal of Philosophy, Revista Latinoamericana de filosopia, Methexis

Ford Foundation Fellow in the Postdoctoral Fellowships for Minorities Program 1988-89; Sloan summer grant 1985; Fulbright Research Grant 1983-84; visiting fellow at Princeton 1980-81; postdoctoral teacher at the Collegium Phaenomeno-logicum, Italy 1980; NEH summer grants 1975, 1978, 1985; secretary and program coordinator of the Nietzsche Society 1978-80, 1986-88; Council for Philosophical Studies summer grant 1977