Ed Feser

  • Discipline: Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy
  • Organization: Loyola Marymount University

Edward Feser is a visiting assistant professor of philosophy at Loyola Marymount University in California. He has written on Friedrich Hayek, an important 20th century economist and social thinker who won the 1974 Nobel Prize in Economics.

Professor Feser has published articles in philosophy of mind, political philosophy, and philosophy of religion, in such journals as the Journal of Consciousness StudiesCritical Review, the Independent Review, the Journal of Libertarian StudiesSocial Philosophy and PolicyFaith and Philosophy, and the International Journal for Philosophy of Religion. His most recent publication, On Nozick (Wadsworth, 2004), is an introduction to Robert Nozick, a leading political and moral philosopher of the late 20th century whose major work, Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974), made libertarian thought respectable within academic philosophy.