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Who is Hiram Caton?
Hiram Caton: Hiram Pendleton Caton III was a Professor of politics and history at Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, until his retirement. He was an ethicist, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Biology, and a founding member of the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences. He was an officer of the International Society for Human Ethology. Caton held a National Humanities Fellowship at the National Humanities Center in 1982–83. He was the inaugural Professor of Humanities at Griffith University in Brisbane, and later the Professor of Politics and History and Head of the School of Applied Ethics there.
- born on (79 years ago) in Concord
- nationality: Australia
- education: University of Chicago
- written works: "Trends in Biomedical Regulation", "The origin of subjectivity", "The AIDS mirage", "The bibliography of human behavior", "The politics of progress", "Scientists advocate policy"
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by Lawrence Nolan
More recently, Hiram Caton (1973, 12) has maintained that Descartes' appeals to Christian faith and concepts are a “pretense...
by Paul Barry Clarke, Joe Foweraker
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