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Prof. M.M. McCabe

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Prof. McCabe is Keeling-Scholar-in Residence 2014-2017. Her books include: Platonic Conversations (OUP 2015), Plato and his Predecessors: The Dramatisation of Reason (CUP 2000), Plato's Individuals (Princeton 1994), and Plato on Punishment (as MM Mackenzie, University of California Press 1984).

In Autumn 2017 a volume of essays by leading scholars is to be published, dedicated to MM McCabe and in honour of her contribution to Ancient Philosophy. 'Re-reading Ancient Philosophy: Old Chestnuts and Sacred Cows' (eds V Harte & R Woolf) will be available through Cambridge University Press. 


Select books 

dramatisation-reason plato-individuals plato-punishment


Upcoming publications 

Prof. McCabe is currently completing a monograph on Plato's Euthydemus, to be published with CUP's Cambridge Studies in the Dialogues of Plato, of which she is also general editor. 


Selected publications 

  • (2013) 'The Stoic Sage in the original position', in Politeia in Greek and Roman Philosophy, eds. V. Harte and M. Lane (CUP)
  • (2013) 'Waving or Drowning? Socrates and the Sophists on self-knowledge in the Euthydemus', The Platonic Art of Philosophy, eds. G. Boys-Stones, D. El Murr, C. Gill (CUP)
  • (2012) 'With mirrors or without: self-percepton in EE 7.12', in The Eudemian Ethics on the Voluntary, Friendship and Luck, ed. F. Leigh (Brill)
  • (2011) 'It goes d
  • (2013) 'The Stoic Sage in the original position', in Politeia in Greek and Roman Philosophy, eds. V. Harte and M. Lane (CUP)
  • (2013) 'Waving or Drowning? Socrates and the Sophists on self-knowledge in the Euthydemus', The Platonic Art of Philosophy, eds. G. Boys-Stones, D. El Murr, C. Gill (CUP)
  • (2012) 'With mirrors or without: self-percepton in EE 7.12', in The Eudemian Ethics on the Voluntary, Friendship and Luck, ed. F. Leigh (Brill)
  • (2011) 'It goes deep with me: Plato's Charmides on knowledge, self-knowledge, and integrity', Philosophy, Ethics, and a Common Humanity, ed. C. Cordner (Routledge)
  • (2009) 'Escaping one's own notice knowing: Meno's paradox again', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.eep with me: Plato's Charmides on knowledge, self-knowledge, and integrity', Philosophy, Ethics, and a Common Humanity, ed. C. Cordner (Routledge)
  • (2009) 'Escaping one's own notice knowing: Meno's paradox again', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society.