Philosophy & Religion | Bishop Hurst Lecture Series
37th Annual Bishop Hurst Lecture Spring 1996 Brochure
Varieties of Relativism
Rom Harre is a leading British philosopher an social psychologist. He is concerned with the contemporary issues of philosophy and psychology. A bold and ambitious thinker armed with writing that is clear, persuasive and concise, he explains the importance of science and language and their application to philosophy and psychology.
Rom Harre, fellow of Linacre College, Oxford; Emeritus Professor of the Philosophy of Science, Oxford; Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, Binghamton; Professor of Psychology, Georgetown; is the author of Varieties of Realism, Personal Being, Social Being,and Varieties of Relativism.