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|J. B. Kennedy|
At the 2011 Edinburgh International Book Festival
25 April 1958 |
Maryland, United States of America
|Education||BSE (Princeton), PhD (Stanford)|
|Occupation||Philosopher, Historian of Science|
|Organization||University of Manchester|
|Children||One daughter, one son|
John Bernard Kennedy, Jr. (born 25 April 1958) is an American philosopher and historian of science. He is a Visiting Scholar in the Centre for the History of Science and Technology at the University of Manchester in England. His main academic interest is in the history and philosophy of mathematics and physics, with a specialty in ancient Greek science and philosophy.
Kennedy is best known for his book, The Musical Structure of Plato's Dialogues (2010), on the stichometric and musical structure in Plato's dialogues. When first reported in the journal Apeiron, this discovery received widespread international media attention. It has been the subject of several academic conferences or special sessions.
put in copies of guardian and THES
at Leeds University, the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, and the University of Brasilia.
Early life and education
Kennedy was born in Maryland and raised in New Jersey, United States of America. He graduated from Montville High School and Princeton University. He later worked for NEC, Inc. in Tokyo. He earned his doctorate in philosophy at Stanford University, where he studied in the History and Philosophy of Science Program.
Kennedy was an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department of the [[University of Notre Dame]] (U.S.A.). He was an NSF Principal Investigator in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge University (U.K.) and then moved to the Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine at the University of Manchester (U.K.).
- The Musical Structure of Plato's Dialogues (2010). ISBN ???
- Space, Time, and Einstein (???). ISBN ???
- Shape Memory Alloys (translated from Japanese, 19??). ISBN ???
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Anthony Clifford Grayling.|
- A. C. Grayling website
- Blog in the Guardian
- Schwarz, Benjamin. "Fire From the Sky: What not to read this month", Atlantic Monthly, 30 May 2006. review of Grayling's Among the Dead Cities.
- Smoler, Fredric. "Was the American Bombing Campaign in World War II a War Crime?", American Heritage, 6 April 2006; review of Among the Dead Cities.
- "Five Minutes with AC Grayling", BBC.
- A.C. Grayling at Perth Writers' Festival 2010, ABC Big Ideas.
- "Interview with Grayling", The Science Network.
- "Interview with Grayling", ABC Radio National, 20 February 2008.
- TDF Interview about Grace as co-dramatist
- "Mindfields by A. C. Grayling", New Scientist.
- Columnist - The Thinking Read, Barnes & Noble
- Intelligence Squared Debate - Atheism is the new fundamentalism
- "Grayling in conversation", BBC World Service (audio).
- "Grayling speaking on human flourishing", The Science Network (video).
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