Michael Chase

Michael Chase (PhD EPHE, Paris-Sorbonne 2000) is Senior Researcher at the Centre Jean Pépin (UMR 8230-École Normale Supérieure) of the CNRS (National Center of Scientific Research), Paris-Villejuif, France. He is currently Visiting Professor at the Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City (2019-2021), Adjunct Professor at the University of Victoria, Canada; and Visiting Scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin (2020-2022). He works at the intersection of Greek, Arabic, and Latin philosophy, and has published widely  on ancient Greco-Roman philosophy, Greek and Latin Patristics, Medieval Latin and Arabic philosophy, and parallels between pre-modern and contemporary science. A former student of Pierre Hadot, he has translated a half-dozen of Hadot’s books into English, and is co-founder and co-editor of the new series Philosophy as a Way of Life: Texts and Studies (Leiden: Brill). In addition to Canada and Mexico, he has lectured and taught in Japan, Iran, Brazil, Russia, and several European nations.

View the full list of our authors.