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Prof

Tony Coady

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War; Terrorism; Violence; Testimony; Knowledge; Religion; Ethics
philosophy
social sciences
social sciences - other topics
ethics
arts & humanities
humans
science & technology
medical ethics
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Prof

Tony Coady

 
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War and Political Violence
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Prof

Tony Coady

 

Tony Coady is one of Australia's best-known philosophers. He has an outstanding international reputation for his writings on epistemology and on political violence and political ethics.

His book Testimony: a Philosophical Study (OUP, 1992) has been particularly influential and more recently he published Morality and Political Violence (CUP, 2008) In 1990 he founded and became director of the Centre for Philosophy and Public Issues at the University of Melbourne, the first centre in Australia to be concerned with broad issues of philosophy and public affairs. CPPI later became absorbed into CAPPE where Coady was Deputy-Director for its first four years. In 2005, he gave the Uehiro Lectures on Practical Ethics at the University of Oxford, which were subsequently published in 2008 by Oxford University Press under the title, Messy Morality: the Challenge of Politics. He is a Fellow of the Austtralian Academy of the Humanities and of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. In 2012 He was a Leverhulme Visiting Professor at the University of Oxford and delivere the Leverhulme lectures there on "Religion and Politics".

Professor Coady has secured numerous ARC Grants and other grants. He has been in receipt of an ARC Discovery Grant every year since 1990.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 93 most recent scholarly works by Tony Coady.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2011

St. Cross College Oxford: Crawford Miller Fellow and Visiting Fellow , Trinity Term, 2012

2011

Corpus Christi College, Oxford: Visiting Fellow, Michaelmas Term 2012

2011

Leverhulme Trust (UK): Leverhulme Visiting Professor

2005

Corpus Christ College, Oxford: Visiting Fellow

2001

Commonwealth of Australia: Centenary of Federation Medal

2000

FASSA - Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia


1994

FAHA - Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Education


Bachelor of Arts (Sydney)

University of Sydney

Bachelor of Philosophy (Oxford)

University of Oxford

Master of Arts (Cambridge)

University of Cambridge

Master of Arts (Melbourne)

University of Melbourne