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Philip Bobbitt

AKA Philip Chase Bobbitt

Born: 22-Jul-1948
Birthplace: Temple, TX

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Author

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Shield of Achilles

Father: Oscar Price Bobbitt (b. 1910, d. 2-Jan-1995)
Mother: Rebekah Luruth Johnson (sister of Lyndon B. Johnson, b. 12-Sep-1910, d. 4-Feb-1978)
Wife: Maya Ondalikoglu (m. 2011, one son)
Son: Philip Baines Nizami Bobbitt ("Pasha", b. 30-Jun-2012)

    University: AB Philosophy, Princeton University (1971)
    Law School: JD, Yale Law School (1975)
    University: MA and PhD Modern History, Oxford University (1983)
    Scholar: Nuffield College, Oxford University (1983-90)
    Fellow: King's College London (1994-97)
    Professor: Constitutional Law, University of Texas at Austin
    Trustee: Princeton University

    Law Clerk to Henry J. Friendly, 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences
    American Law Institute
    American Society of International Law
    Club of Madrid
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Hoover Institution
    International Institute for Strategic Studies
    Pacific Council on International Policy

Author of books:
Tragic Choices: The Conflicts Society Confronts in the Allocation of Tragically Scarce Resources (1978, lectures)
Constitutional Fate: Theory of the Constitution (1982, law)
Democracy and Deterrence: The History and Future of Nuclear Strategy (1988, international affairs)
The Shield of Achilles: War, Peace, and the Course of History (2002, history)
Terror and Consent: The Wars for the Twenty-First Century (2008, international affairs)


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