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I am both a Jesuit priest and a philosopher. I studied philosophy years ago at Oxford as an undergraduate, and later for a doctorate at the University of Michigan in the late 60s, where I was supervised by Bill Frankena, and enjoyed the company of other members of that department -- Charles Stevenson, Bill Alston, Jaegwon Kim and the others. It was a great place to be.
Doctorate done, I came back to London to the newly created Heythrop College in the University of London where I taught for almost thirty years, most of them as Head of the Philosophy Department. In 1998, I was asked to take the post of Master at Campion Hall Oxford, which I held from 1998-2006. I am now semi-retired, though I still enjoy tutoring; and best of all, I am in charge of nothing! I am interested in Ethics, and Philosophy of Religion, and especially in Aristotle. The older I get, the more I admire Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics.

I have a Jesuit namesake, Gerard W Hughes, with whom I have been confused for years -- a situation not helped by us both living in the same community, for the first time ever. My middle initial is 'J'.

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"This clearly written introduction by Gerard J. Hughes is much to be welcomed... his interpretation struck me as judicious, and he is good at identifying central interpretative cruxes and inviting readers to make up their own minds."-TLS

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Gerard Hughes is Master of Campion Hall at the University of Oxford

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