Dan Larkin is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Georgia Southern University. He completed his PhD at the University of Memphis, and his B.A. at Villanova University. His main area of research is ancient Greek philosophy, with specific focus on Platonic methodology, as well as the role that divine inspiration plays throughout Plato’s dialogues. In addition to his work in ancient, he has found success in early modern philosophy as well, with publications on both Spinoza and Kant.