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About this Fellow

Moral and political philosophy; philosophy of mind; metaphysics

Website: http://www.princeton.edu/~ppettit/

Appointments

Current post

  • L S Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values, Princeton University; Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Australian National University

Publications

The Robust Demands of the Good Oxford University Press 2015

Just Freedom Norton, New York, 2014

On the People's Terms Cambridge UP, 2012

Group Agency With Christian List, OUP, 2011

Made with Words (on Hobbes) Princeton U.P., 2008

The Economy of Esteem With H.G.Brennan, OUP, 2004

Republicanism Oxford U.P., 1997

The Common Mind Oxford UP, 1993

Not Just Deserts with John Braithwaite, OUP 1991

Other Political Studies: Political Theory, Government and International Relations Fellows

Professor Jane Mansbridge

Democratic theory; the problem of legitimate coercion, understood through theories of negotiation, representation, deliberation and deliberative systems, participation, political equality, everyday activism, feminism, and public recognition of collective

Professor Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey

Deliberation in congressional committees and UK parliamentary select committees; applied textual analysis to political speeches and debates; 19th-century British trade policy; contemporary US and UK monetary policy; nonverbal behaviour in deliberation

Professor Christine Bell

The connections between constitutional law and international law forged through attempts to end violent conflict, with a focus on how these attempts affect constitution-making processes, peace agreements, and the development of international law itself