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Judith A. Swanson
Office: PLS 311C
Education: BA., Colorado College; MSc., London School of Economics; PhD University of Chicago
Areas of Specialization: Political Philosophy
Professor Swanson’s recent publications include:
“Why Read Aristotle Today?”, a submission for the BU Political Science Department’s newsletter, January 2015.
아리스토텔레스의 정치학 입문 (Korean edition of Aristotle’s Politics: A Reader’s Guide). Translated by Professor Young-Kyun Kim (Cheongju University). Paju: Seokwangsa Publishing Company. August, 2014. Pp. 9, 272 pages.
Prudence and Human Conduct: A Comparison of Aristotle and Oakeshott” in Praxis und Politik — Michael Oakeshott im Dialog (Mohr Siebeck, 2013): 21-38.
“Michael J. Sandel’s Justice: What’s the Right Thing To Do? A Response of Moral Reasoning in Kind, With Analysis of Aristotle and Examples” (Boston University Law Review, Vol. 91, No. 4 [July, 2011]: 1375-1403).
She is also the author of Aristotle’s Politics: A Reader’s Guide (2009) and The Public and the Private in Aristotle’s Political Philosophy (1992, 1994).
She is an Affiliated Faculty member in the Department of Philosophy and in the Department of Classical Studies.
Professor Swanson regularly teaches the following courses:
Introduction to Political Theory (PO 191)
Classical to Early Modern Political Theory (PO 391)
Modern Political Theory (PO 392)
Freedom (PO 593)
Seminar in Political Philosophy (PO 591)
Approaches to the Study of Political Theory (PO 791)