Peter Larsen completed his PhD in the Department of Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) with a dissertation on sense perception in Plato. Since finishing his PhD he has taught in the Department of Philosophy at TCD, and the School of Theology, Philosophy, and Music at Dublin City University (DCU). He is a Teaching Fellow in the School of Philosophy at UCD. His research interests lie primarily in the cognitive psychology of Plato and Aristotle, and in particular, their accounts of sense perception and its relation to belief and knowledge. He is also interested in Early Modern philosophy, particularly in the philosophy of George Berkeley. He is a core member of the Trinity Plato Centre at TCD.