Benjamin Lorch » Affiliated Faculty
Benjamin Lorch teaches public affairs and political philosophy at James Madison College. He received his BA from St. John’s College and his PhD in political theory from Boston College. His research focuses on classical and medieval political thought, particularly on the relation between philosophy and religion, and he has published articles on Plato and Xenophon in peer-reviewed political science journals. Professor Lorch also conducts research in Jewish thought. He has delivered public lectures at MSU on Jewish political thinkers including Gershom Scholem and Maimonides, and most recently he published an article on Maimonides’ Guide of the Perplexed, “Maimonides on Prophecy and the Moral Law” in Interpretation: a Journal of Political Philosophy.
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