Matthew Meyer, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor

Office:  LSC 568

Phone: 570.941.5814

Email: matthew.meyer@scranton.edu

Personal Website:  Click Here


Matthew Meyer joined the Philosophy Department in 2010. Prior to coming to The University of Scranton, he received a joint PhD-MA degree from Boston University in philosophy and classics. He has a BA in economics from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota and also holds advanced degrees from Harvard University and the University of Vienna. He has a general interest in the history of philosophy and specializes in ancient Greek and nineteenth-century German philosophy. Most of his research to date has been on the thought of Friedrich Nietzsche. He published his first book, Reading Nietzsche Through the Ancients: An Analysis of Becoming, Perspectivism, and the Principle of Non-Contradiction, with the Berlin-based publisher Walter de Gruyter in 2014, and he is currently working on three forthcoming book projects: Nietzsche's Free-Spirit Works: A Dialectical Reading (Cambridge University Press); Nietzsche's Metaphilosophy: The Nature, Method and Aims of Philosophy (ed. with Paul Loeb) (Cambridge University Press); The Routledge Guidebook to Nietzsche's Thus Spoke Zarathustra (Routledge). He also serves as the Director of the Pre-Law Advisory Program and Legal Studies, and he is a co-moderator of the Philosophy Honor Society Phi Sigma Tau.