Dr. Mark Tunick
Professor of Political Science; Associate Dean
Ph.D., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
M.A., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
B.S., Political Science, M.I.T.
B.S., Management, M.I.T.
Dr. Tunick teaches courses in political theory, law, and moral philosophy. He is the author of Punishment: Theory and Practice (University of California Press), Hegel's Political Philosophy (Princeton UP), and Practices and Principles: Approaches to Ethical and Legal Judgment (Princeton UP), as well as articles on the political theories of Hegel, Kant, and John Stuart Mill, and on the topics of privacy, culture and the law, property rights, and the obligation to obey law.
His current research interests include the police powers, privacy, and law and economics. Dr. Tunick taught at Stanford University before joining the Honors College in 1998.
Contact: 561-799-8670; HC 133
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