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Pamela Huby

Pamela Huby

Pamela Margaret Huby (21 April 1922 - 18 February 2019) was a British philosopher and emeritus reader in philosophy at the University of Liverpool.[1][2]

Pamela Margaret Huby
Born21 April 1922
Died18 February 2019
Spouse(s)Ronald Huby
Era21st-century philosophy
RegionWestern philosophy

Born in Dulwich, she was educated at James Allen's Girls' School and then won a senior scholarship in Classics to Lady Margaret Hall Oxford University. She was then an assistant lecturer in Classics at Reading and after a year returned to Oxford to lecture at St Anne's College where she switched to the field of ancient Greek philosophy, moving to Liverpool two years later.


  • Greek Ethics (1967)
  • Plato and Modern Morality (1972)
  • Theophrastus of Eresus (1999)


  1. Weinberg, Justin (26 February 2019). "Pamela Huby (1922-2019)". Daily Nous.
  2. "Pamela Huby".

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