Readership: General readers, students of philosophy, history, literature, and theology.
Paul Strohm, Anna Garbedian Professor of the Humanities, Columbia University
Paul Strohm is the Anna Garbedian Professor of the Humanities at Columbia University. He was formerly J.R.R. Tolkien Professor of Language and Literature at the University of Oxford, where he continues as Research Fellow of St Anne's College. He has written five books including: Social Chaucer (Harvard, 1989, 1994); Hochon's Arrow: The Social Imagination of Fourteenth-Century Texts (Princeton, 1992); Theory and the Premodern Text (Minnesota, 2000); and Politique: Languages of Statecraft Between Chaucer and Shakespeare (Notre Dame, 2005).
1: Encountering conscience
2: Christian conscience
3: The secularization of conscience
4: Three critics of conscience: Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, Freud
5: Is conscience a civil right?
6: The prospects for conscience