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Who is Adam Swift?
Adam Swift is a British political philosopher and sociologist who specialises in debates surrounding liberal egalitarianism. He has published books on communitarianism, on the philosophical aspects of school choice, and on social justice, as well as an extremely successful introduction to contemporary political theory which has been translated into several languages.
- born in (54 years ago) in London, child of Clive Swift and Margaret Drabble
- nationality: United Kingdom
- profession: Philosopher, sociologist
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Living and Deceased from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century by Samuel Austin Allibone
Seybert, Adam Swift, Zeph. Symone, Jell. C. Nichols, Thos. Provis, J. Shackleton, Wm. Symons, Wm. Nickols, John Pullein, S. Shannon, R. Nicoles. Pulleyn, W. Sharp, Tli...-. Tait, Arch. C. Nob!«, Danl. Pulling, J. Shaw, Geo. Tait, W.
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