Hans Sluga on Politics

About Guest:

Hans Sluga is the William and
Trudy Ausfahl Professor of Philosophy at UC-Berkeley, where he has
taught since 1970.

In addition to numerous essays,
Professor Sluga has published various important books including
“Gottlob Frege” (Routledge, 1980, later reprinted and translated into
Chinese and Greek), “Heidegger's Crisis: Philosophy and Politics in
Nazi Germany” (Harvard University Press, 1993), “The Philosophy of
Frege” (4 volumes as editor, Garland Press, 1993), “The Cambridge
Companion to Wittgenstein” (as co-editor along with David Stern,
Cambridge University Press, 1996, the second edition of which is in
preparation), “Wittgenstein” (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011), and “Politics as
Search for the Common Good” (Cambridge, 2014). He has taught at various
universities both in Europe and in the United States and has been the
recipient of several distinguished fellowships.