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John Hospers DVD: Intellectual Portrait Seriesby John Hospers
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John Hospers is Professor Emeritus in Philosophy at the University of Southern California and author of such important philosophical texts as: Meaning and Truth in the Arts, Human Conduct, and An Introduction to Philosophical Analysis. His numerous philosophical essays are well known for their clear and careful style. As editor of The Personalist, John Hospers opened the pages of that highly respected philosophy journal to a generation of young thinkers interested in basic questions of liberty. He also authored a now classic statement on behalf of liberty in his work, Libertarianism. In 1972, John Hospers served as the first Libertarian Party candidate for President. He has served from then until now as a reference point and inspiration for scholars interested in basic questions of liberty.
Interviewer Tibor R. Machan is Professor Emeritus in the Philosophy Department at Auburn University, Alabama, Freedom Communications Professor of Business Ethics and Free Enterprise and Distinguished Fellow at the Leatherby Center, Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University. He is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. Machan is the author of numerous works, including The Pseudo-Science of B. F. Skinner, Human Rights and Human Liberties, Individuals and Their Rights, and Liberty and Culture: Essays on the Idea of a Free Society.
Program Length: 59 minutes.
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