Professor Thomas Pink has taught for most of his career at King’s College London. He writes on the freedom of the will, on ethics and political philosophy and on the history of these subjects. He is currently working on the political theory of Thomas Hobbes and its relation to natural philosophy and theology. He read history and philosophy at Cambridge, where he also received his PhD. After working in London and New York for a merchant bank, he returned to philosophy in 1990 as a Research Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge. He then lectured at Sheffield University prior to moving to King's College in 1996
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