Οὐκοῦν εἰ μηδὲν ἔχει μέρος, οὔτ’ ἂν ἀρχὴν οὔτε τελευτὴν οὔτε μέσον ἔχοι.
—Plato

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Jonathan Greig I am currently a final-stage PhD in the Munich School of Ancient Philosophy at the LMU Munich working on late antique, Neoplatonic metaphysics. I recently completed my dissertation in October, 2017, with the defense and graduation set for the end of February to beginning March, 2018.

I have also worked on metaphysics in late antiquity (3rd–6th cent. A.D.), as well as Aristotle and Plato, and have general interests in related areas as Byzantine philosophy and Christian Patristics. I am also interested in relating contemporary accounts of causality and grounding to ancient dicussions on causality for Platonists and Aristotelians, as well as other late antique schools like the Stoics.

Here you may find more about me and my work, as well as the CV. For further links: