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Rohan Sikri

Assistant Professor -- Classical Chinese Philosophy, Ancient Greek Philosophy, Continental Philosophy

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Office:
128 Peabody
Office Hours:
Monday & Wednesday: 2:30 - 4 pm
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Rohan Sikri’s research focuses primarily on the philosophical traditions of classical China and ancient Greece. He also frequently works on themes relevant to the Continental tradition. Currently, Rohan is completing a book project that explores the problem of philosophy as a therapeutic practice in classical China and ancient Greece.

Rohan received his PhD from DePaul University. He studied classical Chinese with the help of fellowships in China and Singapore, and is a graduate of the CUNY Summer Greek Institute. His training equips him to teach courses in the areas of non-western, ancient Greek, and continental philosophy.
 

Research Interests:
  • Classical Chinese Philosophy
  • Ancient Greek philosophy
  • Continental Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Language
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