Henry and Grace Doherty Professor of Politics

Professor George Klosko's research interests include contemporary political theory, especially issues in analytical and normative theory, and the history of political thought. He teaches courses in both areas: in the history of political thought focusing on the liberal tradition and Greek political theory, especially Plato; in contemporary, in specific aspects of liberal theory, including problems of political obligation and the theory of John Rawls and Rawls's critics.      

Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
Assocate Professor of Philosophy
Henry and Grace Doherty Professor of Politics
Cory Professor of Political Philosophy, Policy & Law
Assistant Professor, Interim Director
Professor, Department of Politics
Professor of Philosophy
Professor, Department of Philosophy
Postdoctoral Fellow