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Williams, Bernard, 1929-2003

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Personal name headingWilliams, Bernard, 1929-2003
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Variant(s)Williams, Bernard Arthur Owen
Williams, B. A. O. (Bernard Arthur Owen)
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Birth date1929-09-21
Death date2003-06-10
Place of birthWestcliff-on-Sea (Southend-on-Sea, England)
Place of deathRome (Italy)
Profession or occupationPhilosophers Philosophy teachers Authors
Found inBritish analytical philosophy, [1966]: t.p. (Bernard Williams)
Moral luck, 1981: t.p. (Bernard Williams)
Washington Post, 18 June 2003: obit. (Sir Bernard Williams, 73, died 10 June 2003 in Rome of cancer; books included Descartes; Moral luck; Ethics and limits of philosophy; Shame and necessity; Truth and truthfulness; professor at Oxford, Cambridge, and University of London; chaired or served on several royal, government, and Labour Party commissions; b. in Essex, England, Bernard Arthur Owen Williams; graduated 1951 Balliol College, Oxford; first wife, Labour politician Shirley Williams; second wife, Patricia Law Skinner)
Biog. resource center (Contemp. authors), Mar. 2, 2007 (Bernard (Arthur Owen) Williams; b. Sept. 21, 1929, Westcliff-on-Sea, England; d. June 10, 2003, Rome, Italy; Litt. D., University of Dublin, 1981; honorary fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, 1984, and Bedford College, University of London, 1985; D. Litt., University of Aberdeen, 1985, University of Keele, 1995, University of Chicago, 1999, and Yale University, 2001; knighted 1999; LL. D., Harvard University, 2002; provost of King's College Cambridge, 1979-87)
LCCN 66073911: Morality and the emotions, 1966 (usage: Professor B.A.O. Williams)
Wikipedia, viewed: September 21, 2023 (Bernard Williams; Sir Bernard Arthur Owen Williams, FBA; born September 21, 1929; died June 10, 2003; English moral philosopher; knighted in 1999; Knightbridge professor of philosophy at the University of Cambridge and Deutsch professor of philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley)
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