Interview: Jeremy Waldron

By David Hall In Current Affairs

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18th February, 2012
As a boy in Invercargill, Jeremy Waldron was captivated by one volume of his Oxford Junior Encyclopedia: the one entitled Law and Order. It was a prescient choice for a man who has become an esteemed legal and political philosopher and in 2010 stepped into one of the same Oxford University’s most prestigious positions, Chichele Professor-Elect of Social and Political Theory at All Souls College. Waldron studied at Oxford in the early 1980s, but in the intervening years lived mostly in the US, holding professorships at Berkeley, Princeton, Columbia and New York University. ...

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