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Prof. Terence Irwin
MA (Oxford) PHD (Princeton)

Offices:

Professor of Ancient Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy
Member, Faculty of Classics
Fellow, Keble College

Address:

Keble College
Oxford
OX1 3PG

Tel No: (01865) 272730
Email: terence.irwin@philosophy.ox.ac.uk

Prof. Terence Irwin

Research Keywords:

Ancient Philosophy, ethics (especially history), Kant

Research Interests:

Terence Irwin's main research interests are in ancient philosophy, moral philosophy and its history, and the philosophy of Kant.

Selected Publications:

'Aristotle's Ethics', in Philosophy Bites Back, D. Edmonds and N. Warburton (eds.), (OUP 2012), ch. 3, 20-8.

'Conceptions of happiness in the Ethics', in Oxford Handbook of Aristotle, C. Shields (ed.), (OUP 2012), ch.19 495-528.

The Development of Ethics (a historical and critical survey covering the history of moral philosophy) 3 vols Paperback, (OUP 2011), Website: http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/category/academic/series/philosophy/de.do.

'The roles of consent in Aquinas' theory of action', in Mind, Method and Morality: Essays in Honour of Anthony Kenny, J.G. Cottingham and P.M.S. Hacker (eds.), (OUP 2010), 97-118.

'The inside story of the Seventh Platonic Letter: a sceptical introduction', Rhizai, Vol: 6, (2009), 7-40.

The Development of Ethics (a historical and critical survey covering the history of moral philosophy) vol3. (Kant to Rawls), (OUP 2009).

'The Platonic Corpus', in Oxford Handbook of Plato, G. Fine (ed.), (OUP 2008).

The Development of Ethics (a historical and critical survey covering the history of moral philosophy) vol2. (Suarez to Rousseau), (OUP 2008).

The Development of Ethics (a historical and critical survey covering the history of moral philosophy) vol1. (Socrates to the Reformation), (OUP 2007).

'Anachronism and the concept of morality', in Antike Philosophie verstehen / Understanding Ancient Philosophy, M. van Ackeren and J. Mueller (eds.), (Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, Darmstadt 2006).

'Aquinas, natural law, and Aristotelian eudaemonism', in Blackwell Guide to Aristotle's Ethics , R. Kraut (ed.), (Blackwell 2006).

'Green and the British Moralists', in T.H. Green: Ethics, Metaphysics, and Political Philosophy, W.J. Manders and M. Dimova-Cookson (eds.), (OUP 2006).

'Was Socrates against Democracy?', in Plato's Apology, Crito, and Euthyphro, R. Kamtekar (ed.), (Rowman and Littlefield 2006).

Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics (2nd edn.), (Hackett 1999).

Oxford Reader in Classical Philosophy, (Oxford UP 1999).

Aristotle : Selections (with G. Fine), translation and notes, (Hackett 1995).

Plato's Ethics, (Oxford UP 1995).