Assoc. Prof. Matthew Sharpe teaches philosophy at the Australian Catholic University, having completed his PhD in Philosophy and Social Theory at the University of Melbourne, and MA in Policy Studies at the University of Tasmania, and a Diploma of Counselling at the Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors. He is the author of six books, including The Other Enlightenment: Race, Gender, and Self-Estrangement (Rowman & Littlefield, 2023), Philosophy as a Way of Life: History, Dimensions, Directions (with M. Ure, Bloomsbury, 2021), and Camus, Philosophe: To Return to Our Beginnings (Brill, 2015/16). He is co-translator of Pierre Hadot’s Selected Writings. Philosophy as Practice (with F. Testa, Bloomsbury, 2020). He is co-editor of the Brill series on “Philosophy as a Way of Life, Texts and Studies”. Over the years, he has edited ten edited collections and journal editions, as well as being the author of numerous articles in leading-rank journals and book chapters on philosophy, social and critical theory. Since 2010, his focus has increasingly become classical receptions and philosophy as a way of life, with a focus on the work of Pierre and Ilsetraut Hadot.
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