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Adam Swift Bio, Wiki 

Adam Swift was born in 1961. He is a British political philosopher and sociologist, he has specialized in debates surrounding liberal egalitarianism. Adam has published books on communitarianism, on philosophical aspects of school choice, on social justice, on ethics of the family, and on how to make education policy, as well as an introduction to contemporary political theory. His books have been translated into several languages

 Adam Swift Family 

Adam Swift father was actor Clive Swift who died on 1st February 2019.  His mother Margaret Drabble  is a novelist, and his brother is Joe Swift, the garden designer, journalist and television presenter. Adam swift is the nephew of David Swift, who was known for Drop the Dead Donkey.

Adam Swift Education

Adam Swift pursued PPE at Balliol College, Oxford. He then did an MPhil in Sociology at Nuffield College, and became a Fellow of Balliol College. He completed his PhD while a Fellow, on the topic of ‘A Sociologically Informed Political Theory’.

Adam swift Career

Adam Swift was the Founding Director of the Oxford Centre for the Study of Social Justice. Adam swift is currently working on a project, funded by the Spencer Foundation, called Faith Schools: Principles and Policies. Adam swift has been Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick Since January 2013 and he is a Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Political Science at the University as from September 2018.

Swift writes for both academic and non-academic audiences, and is an occasional contributor to political debates about education.

Swift is a member of Giving What We Can, an international society for the promotion of poverty relief.

Adams swift Books

  • Educational Goods: Values, Evidence and Decision Making (with Harry Brighouse, Helen F. Ladd and Susanna Loeb, (2017)
  • Family Values: The Ethics of Parent-Child Relationships (with Harry Brighouse) (2014)
  • Political Philosophy: A Beginner’s Guide for Students and Politicians (2001, 3rd edition 2013)
  • How Not To Be A Hypocrite: School Choice for the Morally Perplexed Parent (2003)
  • Against the Odds? Social Class and Social Justice in Industrial Societies (with Gordon Marshall and Stephen Roberts) (1997)
  • Liberals and Communitarians (with Stephen Mulhall) (1992, 2nd edition 1996)


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