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Philosophy educator

Julius Matthew Moravcsik, American Philosophy educator. Recipient Senior Humanist prize Humboldt Foundation, 1983; fellow Center Advanced Studies Behavioral Sciences, 1986-1987, Institute Advanced Studies, 1988. Member American Philosophical Association (president Pacific division 1987-1988), American Society Aesthetics (trustee 1988-1992), Society Ancient Greek Philosophy (president 1989-1991, board directors Journal History Philosophy).

Background

Moravcsik, Julius Matthew was born on April 26, 1931 in Budapest, Hungary. Came to the United States, 1949. Son of Julius and Edith (Fleissig) Moravcsik.

Education

Bachelor, Harvard University, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy, Harvard University, 1959.

Career

Assistant professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1960-1966;associate professor, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1966-1968;professor, Stanford (California) U., since 1968.

Works

Membership

Fellow Institute Advanced Studies Budapest. Member American Philosophical Association (president Pacific division 1987-1988), American Society Aesthetics (trustee 1988-1992), Society Ancient Greek Philosophy (president 1989-1991, board directors Journal History Philosophy, James Wilbur Award Value Theory 2000), Hungarian Academy Arts and Sciences (external member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, tennis.

Connections

Married Marguerite Germain Truninger, September 14, 1954. Children: Adrian Clay, Peter Matthew.

father:
Julius Moravcsik

mother:
Edith (Fleissig) Moravcsik

spouse:
Marguerite Germain Truninger

children:
Adrian Clay Moravcsik

Peter Matthew Moravcsik