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Christopher Bobonich is an American philosopher and a leading scholar of ancient philosophy, especially known for his work on Plato's Laws. He is currently Clarence Irving Lewis Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Classics (by courtesy) at Stanford University.
Bobonich was born on February 8, 1960. He completed his BA in Government at Harvard University in 1981. He then went on to complete his MPhil (1983) in Philosophy at Cambridge University and his PhD in Philosophy at UC Berkeley (1990) under Alan Code, now his colleague at Stanford.
- Plato's Laws: A Critical Guide (ed), (Cambridge Critical Guides), Cambridge University Press, 2010
- Akrasia in Greek Philosophy: From Socrates to Plotinus (ed), (with P. Destrée), Brill Publishers, 2007
- Plato's Utopia Recast: His Later Ethics and Politics, Oxford University Press, 2002
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