Terence Irwin

Terry Irwin



Princeton University; PhD

1971-2  Harvard University; Loeb Fellow in Classical Philosophy
1969 Wilde Prize in Philosophy (divided)
1969 Literae Humaniores (Class I)
1969 Arnold Historical Essay Prize
1967 Honour Moderations in Classics (Class I)
1965-9 University of Oxford; MA. [Magdalen College, Junior Demy



January 2019- Stanford University, Visiting Professor
2017 Emeritus
2007-17 University of Oxford: Professor of Ancient Philosophy, and Fellow of Keble College
2008 Professor Emeritus
1995 Susan Linn Sage Professor of Philosophy and Humane Letters
1994 Professor of Classics
1982 Professor of Philosophy
1975 Cornell University: Associate Professor of Philosophy
1972-5 Harvard University: Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Classics

The Development of Ethics, 3 vols. OUP 2007-9. 

Virtù e obbligo morale: antichi e moderni. Rome: Edizioni Santa Croce. 2018.
Aristotle's Ethics (translation and notes). 3rd edition. Hackett, 2019. 
Ethics Through History. OUP, 2020.
‘The passions as the subject of the virtues’, in Thinking about the Emotions, Alix Cohen and Robert Stern, eds. (Oxford: OUP, 2017), ch. 2, 29-59. 
‘Aristotle’s second thoughts on justice’, Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 90 (2016), 55-70. 
‘Magnanimity as generosity’ in S. Vasalou, ed., The Measure of Greatness: Philosophers on Magnanimity (OUP, 2019), ch. 1 
‘Some modern conceptions of natural law’ in Crowe, J., ed. Research Handbook on Natural Law Theory (London: Edward Elgar, 2019), ch. 7.



Aristotle’s Ethical Works (commentary on Magna Moralia, Eudemian Ethics, and Nicomachean Ethics, with essays)



‘Reason as servant of the will’, for Oxford Handbook of Moral Psychology, J. Doris and M. Vargas (eds)., OUP.
‘The intellectual background’, Cambridge Companion to Plato (2nd edn.), R. Kraut and D. Ebrey (eds.), CUP.