J. Budziszewski

J. Budziszewski

J. Budziszewski (born 1952) is professor of government at the University of Texas, Austin, where he has taught since 1981. He specializes in ethics, political philosophy and the interaction of these two fields with religion and theology.Budziszewski has written widely, in both scholarly and popular venues, about a variety of moral and political issues including abortion, marriage, sexuality, capital punishment, and the role of judges in a constitutional republic. His principal area of publication is the theory of natural law.Apart from his scholarly philosophical work, Budziszewski is known for articles and books of Christian apologetics, addressed to a broad audience including young people and college students.Ph.D., Political Science, Yale University, 1981.M.A., Political Science, University of Florida, 1977.B.A., Political Science, University of South Florida, 1975.2002-present: Professor, Departments of Government and Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin.1995-2002: Associate Professor, Departments of Government and Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin.1988-1995: Associate Professor, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin.1981-1988: Assistant Professor, Department of Government, University of Texas at Austin.1980-1981: Acting Instructor, Departments of Political Science, Yale University.
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