Lawrence L. Haworth

Lawrence L. Haworth portraitDistinguished Professor Emeritus

Areas of interest: Social and Political Philosophy

Education: Professor Haworth studied at Rollins College, and at the University of Illinois, where he was awarded the Ph.D.

Publications: Articles of his have appeared in Dialogue, Philosophy of Science, American Philosophical Quarterly, Ethics, Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Harvard Business Review, American Institute of Planners Journal, Educational Theory, Leisure Studies, Environments, and Plan Canada, among others. He has contributed chapters to a number of books, including The Inner Citadel, The Possibility of Aesthetic Experience, Power, Poverty, and Urban Policy, Social Ethics, Urban Problems, and Concepts in Social and Political Philosophy. He is the author of Autonomy (Yale University Press, 1986), The Good City (Indiana, 1963), Decadence and Objectivity, (Toronto, 1977) and, with others, Value Assumptions in Risk Assessment (Wilfrid Laurier University Press (1991), and, most recently, A textured Life (Wilfrid Laurier Press) 1999. Professor Haworth is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and holds the title of Distinguished Professor Emeritus.