Professor Philip Pettit FBA
About this Fellow
Moral and political philosophy; philosophy of mind; metaphysics
- L S Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University; Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Australian National University
International relations, with particular reference to theories of global order & global governance: the history of thought on international law & relations: the international relations of the Americas, especially Brazil
Comparative democratic institutions & processes, especially voting in legislatures & electoral systems; & European Union politics, especially the European Parliament & European Parliament elections.
Democracy & diversity; theories of multuculturalism & minority rights; the accomodation of ethnic, racial & religious diversity within broader theories of citizenship & human rights; animal ethics
Public policy, & sociology of the state in Europe; European cities & great global metropolis; Economic sociology/ political economy; Great Britain