Raimond Gaita has published widely to academic and non- academic audiences. In 2009, the University of Antwerp awarded Gaita the degree of Doctor Honoris Causa ‘for his exceptional contribution to contemporary moral philosophy and for his singular contribution to the role of the intellectual in today’s academic world’.
His books, which have been widely translated, include: Good and Evil: An Absolute Conception, the award-winning Romulus, My Father, which was nominated by the New Statesman as one of the best books of 1999 and was made into a prize winning film starring Eric Bana, Frank Potente and Kodi Smit-McPhee; A Common Humanity: Thinking About Love and Truth and Justice, which was nominated by the Economist as one of best books of 2000; The Philosopher’s Dog, shortlisted for the New South Wales Premier’s Award and the Age Book of the Year, Breach of Trust: Truth, Morality and Politics and, as editor and contributor, Gaza: Morality, Law and Politics; Muslims and Multiculturalism. His latest book is After Romulus.
Gaita is Professorial Fellow in the Melbourne Law School and the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne and Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy at King’s College London.
The Voice of Faith and Public Reason: Raimond Gaita
Scott Stephens, Susan Neiman, Raimond Gaita, Asma Barlas, Bernadette Tobin
Why are people nicer when it’s your birthday? Questions of relativity and hope
Benjamin Law, Jane Caro, Kristin Alford, Raimond Gaita, Sammy J
Is religion ever more important than democracy? Questions about rules
Raimond Gaita, Abdul Abdullah, Voranai Vanijaka, Tom Elliott
What’s the ‘good’ in the good fight? Questions for ethical thinking in strange times
Raimond Gaita, Anne Summers, Gregory Phillips, Alan Duffy, Mark Colvin