Faculty Scholarship: Dr. Noel Hubler

Dr. Hubler



Noel Hubler

Professor & Interim Dept. Chair Religion & Philosophy

B.A. University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Noel Hubler is a specialist in Ancient Greek metaphysics and science and explores the connections between Ancient epistemology and political theory. He has published articles on Aristotle, Plotinus, and the Neopythagoreans. He also has research interests in contemporary political theory. Additionally, he is the translator of the book of Ezekiel for the New English Translation of the Septuagint (Oxford University Press).

Dr. Hubler's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2016 Celebration

Hubler, J. N. (2015, August). Republican models for a just city:  Aristotle, Harrington, and Pettit. Paper Presented at

Research Committee 21, Urbino, Italy.

Hubler, J. N. (2015, May). Novus Ordo Saeculorum:  Machiavelli’s adaptation of Aristotle’s best regime. Paper Presented at

the Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece.

Hubler, J. N. (2015, May). Virtue-directed politics for the modern age. Paper Presented at the Symposium for Re-Founding

Democracy, International Network for Alternative Academia, Barcelona, Spain.

Hubler, J. N. (2015, November). Madison and republican traditions:  Adapting Aristotle’s best polities. Paper Presented at

the Northeast Political Science Association, Philadelphia, Pa.

Dr. Hubler's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2015 Celebration

Hubler, J. N. (2014, November 13-14). Aristotle's best regime: An analogical approach. Paper Presented at the Northeast Political Society Association, Boston, MA.

Dr. Hubler's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2014 Celebration

Hubler, J. N. (October 2013). Aristotle's fundamental opposition to Plato's epistemology. Society for the Ancient Greek Philosophy, New York, NY.

Hubler, J. N. (November 2013). The laws as the fulfillment of Plato's philosophy. Northeast Political Science Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubler, N. (June 2013). Plotinus: Whence the one. International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Cardiff University, UK.

Dr. Hubler's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2013 Celebration

Hubler, J. N. (December 2012). Aristotle on truth: Identity in difference. American Philosophical Association. Atlanta, GA.

Hubler, J.N. (November 2013).  The laws as the fulfillment of Plato's philosophy.  Northeast Political Science Association.  Philadelphia, PA.

Hubler, J. N. (June 2012). Plato, the Stoics, and the theory of psychic motions. International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Cagliari, Italy.

Hubler, J. N. (November 2012). Return to the cave: Problems in the politics of transcendence in the Platonic tradition. Northeast Political Science Association. Boston, MA.

Hubler, J. N. (October 2012). Plato's psychic motion: Epistemological, cosmological, and practical consequences. Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy. Fordham University, New York, NY.

Dr. Hubler's Scholarship and Pedagogy 2012 Celebration

Hubler, N. (2011). The eastern origins of the City of God in Zeno of Citium and Chrysippus of Soli. International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Haifa, Israel.

Hubler, N. (2011). Soul as mover: Plato's theory of cognitive motion in the late dialogues.  Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fordham University, NY.

Hubler, N. (2012). Aristotle on truth: An analogous notion. American Philological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hubler, N. (under review). Truth and power: Cognition and political theory in ancient Greek philosophy. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill Press.