Synopses & Reviews
This collection of essays honors Burleigh Taylor Wilkins, a professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a distinguished scholar who has made significant contributions in a wide range of areas, including the history of philosophy, philosophy of history, political philosophy, and applied ethics. Wilkins has written books on Edmund Burke, G.W.F. Hegel, Karl Popper, and terrorism and collective responsibility. His paper, >, is a valuable addition to John Rawls' work on political liberalism. This volume contains assessments of Wilkins' writings by noted philosophers as well as essays on topics of interest to Wilkins. It includes an intellectual autobiography by Wilkins and his responses to the essays contained in this collection.