Fred Miller (philosopher)

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Fred D. Miller, Jr. is an emeritus professor of philosophy at Bowling Green State University, and serves as Executive Director of the University's Social Philosophy and Policy Center.[1] An Objectivist philosopher, he is a member of the Ayn Rand Society, affiliated with the American Philosophical Association, Eastern Division. He specializes in Aristotelian philosophy, with additional interests in political philosophy, business ethics, metaphysics, and philosophy in science fiction. He has written articles in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy on Aristotle's Political Theory,[2] and his Political Naturalism.[3]


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