Bedau, Hugo Adam
BEDAU, Hugo Adam
BEDAU, Hugo Adam. American, b. 1926. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Criminology/True Crime, Ethics, Humanities, Law, Philosophy, Politics/Government. Career: Dartmouth College, 1953-54; Princeton University, 1954-61; Reed College, Portland, OR, associate professor of philosophy, 1962-66; Tufts University, Medford, MA, professor of philosophy, 1966-99. Publications: The Courts, the Constitution, and Capital Punishment, 1977; Death Is Different, 1987; Making Mortal Choices, 1997; Thinking and Writing about Philosophy, 1997, 2nd ed., 2002. CO-AUTHOR: Nomos VI: Justice, 1963; Nomos IX: Equality, 1967; The Concept of Academic Freedom, 1972; Philosophy and Political Action, 1972; Philosophy, Morality, and International Affairs, 1974; Victimless Crimes: Two Views, 1974; Justice and Punishment, 1977; Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1979; Making Decisions, 1979; The Imposition of Law, 1979; Matters of Life and Death, 1980; Ethical Issues in Government, 1981; And Justice for All, 1982; Social Justice, 1982; Group Decision Making, 1984; Human Rights, 1984; Nomos XXVII: Criminal Justice, 1985; Current Issues and Enduring Questions, 1987, 6th ed., 2001; In Spite of Innocence, 1992; Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing, 1993, 4th ed., 2001. EDITOR: The Death Penalty in America, 1964, 3rd ed., 1997; Civil Disobedience: Theory and Practice, 1969; Justice and Equality, 1971; Civil Disobedience in Focus, 1991. Address: c/o Dept. of Philosophy, Tufts University, Medford, MA 02155, U.S.A.