Katja Maria Vogt is Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University. She specializes in ethics, normative epistemology, and ancient philosophy. In her books and papers, she focuses on questions that figure both in ancient and contemporary discussions: What are values? What kinds of values are knowledge and truth? What does it mean to want one’s life to go well? She is a recipient of the Columbia Distinguished Faculty Award. Before coming to Columbia, Vogt taught at the Humboldt University Berlin, both in the Philosophy Department and at the Charité Medical School. She was the Class of 1932 Fellow in Classical Philosophy at Princeton University and co-taught Masterclasses at the University of Cambridge and Hochschule für Philosophie in Munich.