Gregory Fried

professor, department chair, philosophy, Suffolk University

Gregory was first drawn into philosophy by a need to examine his own thinking about pressing matters of the day: issues such as war, social strife, and international justice. The more he explored his questions and his own presuppositions, the more he came to realize that he could understand both only by studying the history of philosophy as well as ethics and political philosophy. [Source: http://www.suffolk.edu/college/11694.html]

Gregory was first drawn into philosophy by a need to examine his own thinking about pressing matters of the day: issues such as war, social strife, and international justice. The more he explored his questions and his own presuppositions, the more he came to realize that he could understand both only by studying the history of philosophy as well as ethics and political philosophy. [Source: http://www.suffolk.edu/college/11694.html]

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