Garrett Thomson is the chief executive officer of the Guerrand-Hermès Foundation for Peace, and he teaches philosophy at the College of Wooster, where he holds the Compton Chair. He has a DPhil from Oxford University, England. He is the author/co-author/co-editor of 26 books including, Needs (1987), On the Meaning of Life (2002), Bacon to Kant (2012) and Thales to Sextus (2016), and A Brief History of Twentieth Century Philosophy (2022). He has co-authored: Happiness, Flourishing and the Good Life (2020); Understanding Peace Holistically (2019); Human-Centred Education (2017), and Redefining Religious Education (2014). He co-edited the six volumes of the Longman Standard History of Philosophy with Prof. D. Kolak (Longman’s Press, 2006). He has taught at universities in Colombia and the U.K., as well as the USA.
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