I write about Plato and Aristotle. Most of my writing is on character transformation, moral psychology, and philosophical method.

In my teaching, I aim to acquaint students with philosophy as a way of life. Some of my courses are in ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, and others are in ethics and the philosophy of mind.

In my spare time, I like to return to what I first thought doing philosophy was, reading novels and watching films.

You can find my CV here.

Contact: jacob.stump@northeastern.edu