|Born||30 May 1947|
|Alma mater||"Trinity College, Oxford
"University College London
|Institutions||"Christ's College, Cambridge|
|"Doctoral advisor||"A. A. Long|
Sedley was educated at "Trinity College, Oxford where he was awarded a "first class honours "degree in "Literae Humaniores in 1969. He was awarded a "PhD in 1974 by "University College London for a text, translation and commentary on Book XXVIII of "Epicurus' On Nature.
Since 1976 Sedley has been a "fellow of "Christ's College, Cambridge; from 1996 he was "Professor of Ancient Philosophy at Cambridge University before in July 2000 being elevated to the Laurence Professorship of Ancient Philosophy. He retired from this position at the end of September 2014. He was succeeded in this post by his former student, "Gábor Betegh.
|"Laurence Professor of Ancient Philosophy "Cambridge University
2000 - 2014