My CV as of November 16, 2010

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            Name:
Tibor R. Machan                                                            (714)
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E-Mail:   
TMachan@gmail.com

Undergraduate
and Graduate Education
:

       
Claremont McKenna College, 1962-1965, BA (philosophy)

        New
York University, 1965-1966, MA (philosophy)

        U.
of California–Santa Barbara, 1966-1971, Ph.D. (philosophy)

Experience:

Major
Positions
:

   Assistant Professor, California
State–Bakersfield, 1970-72

   Associate Professor, State
University of New York–Fredonia,

       1972-82;
Tenured 1978

   Visiting Associate Professor
(Political Science), University of

      
California–Santa Barbara, Spring 1979

   Academic Programs Director,
Reason Foundation, 1979-84

   Visiting Associate Professor
(Economics), University of California

       –Santa
Barbara, Winter & Spring 1979-84

   Visiting Associate Professor
(Philosophy), State University of New

      
York–Fredonia, Fall 1981, 1982

   Visiting Professor, Franklin
College (Switzerland), Fall 1983

   Distinguished Visiting Associate
Professor, University of San

       Diego,
1984-85

   Visiting Professor, Franklin
College (Switzerland), 1985-86; 1997

   Professor (Philosophy), Auburn
University, 1986-1999

   Professor (2/3 appointment,
Philosophy; 1/3 appointment, Marketing

       and Transportation,
College of Business), Fall 1987-June 1989

   Graduate Faculty Status in
College of Business (1987-1989).

   Tenured at Auburn University in
1988

   Professor Emeritus, 1999.

   Visiting Professor of Philosophy,
United States Military Academy,

       West Point, New York (1992-93)

   Senior John M. Olin Professor,
Adelphi University (Fall, 1994)

   Distinguished Fellow &
Freedom Communications Professor of Business Ethics and Free

      
Enterprise, Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship

       Business
Ethics, Argyros School of Business & Economics,

       Chapman
University (1997-2004)

   R. C. Hoiles Chair in
Business Ethics and Free Enterprise (2004- )

Nonacademic
Posts
:

                           Various Jobs in Drafting, School Bus Driving,
Welding, etc. 1955-70

                           Carrier Air Conditioning (draftsman), 1957-58

                           US Air Force (Air
Police, Civil Engineering), 1958-62

                           Koch Foundation 1970 &
1972; Institute for Humane Studies 1980

   Educational Programs Director,
The Reason Foundation, 1979-84

   Director, Liberty Fund Summer
Seminars, 1979, 1980, 1981 & 1982.

   Director, Liberty Fund
Conferences (9)

   Jacob Javits Graduate Fellowship
Board, U. S. Department of Education, 1985-1990

   Senior Fellow, The Reason
Foundation, 1984-87

   Advisor, Freedom Communications,
Inc., 1997-2009

   Research Fellow, Hoover
Institution, Stanford University 1997-

                                       Series Editor, Philosophic
Reflections on a Free Society, Hoover Institution Press 1999-03

   President, American Society for
Value Inquiry 2002-

   Free Lance Essayist, The Humanist, National Review,
Free Inquiry,

                Liberty,
World & I, This World, Barron’s, Reason, The American

               Spectator,
The Freeman, Jobs & Capital, The New American Review.

   Syndicated Columnist, The
Orange County Register
, 1967-present;

   Free lance columnist, The
New York Times, Los Angeles Time,

                Chicago
Tribune, Los Angeles Daily Journal, Houston Chronicle,

                Cleveland
Plain Dealer, Asia Times, Journal of Commerce, Washington

                Times,
The Boston Globe, The Arizona Republic

 

Awards, Honors, Fellowships, and Editorships:

Awards:

   Freedom Foundation Award for Rights
and Regulation
, 1983

   Outstanding Academic Book, Rights
and Regulation
in Choice,
1984

Scholarships:

     Claremont McKenna
College Scholarship, 1963

     California State
College Scholarship, 1964

     Ebell of Los Angeles
Scholarship 1965

Fellowships:

     United California
Bank Fellow, 1965

     Institute for Human
Studies Fellow, 1968

     State University of
New York Summer Fellow, 1973, 1975, 1978

     Liberty Fund Fellow,
1975

     National Fellow,
Hoover Institution, 1975-76

     Senior Fellow, Reason
Foundation, 1981-1987

     Research Fellow,
Hoover Institution, 1997-present

Editorships:

     Editor, Reason
Magazine, 1972

     Senior Editor, Reason Magazine, 1973-1989

     Editor, Reason
Papers
, 1974-present

     Member, Board of
Consultants, Public Affairs Quarterly 1989-91;97-99.

     Member, Advisory
Board, The Dumont Institute for Public Policy Research

          (Dumont, NJ)

Grants:
(to help support work on various books, papers, research)

     Earhart Foundation,
1978, 1980, 1983, 1987, 1988, 1991

     John M. Olin
Foundation Grant, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988

     Progress Foundation
Grant, 1985

     Host, “For the Love
of Work:  Karl Marx” (Television
documentary

          funded by
the National Endowment for the Humanities, 1986-87).

     Bradley Foundation
(of Milwaukee, Wisconsin) Grant, 1988

 

Summer Lectureships

AB
Timbro, Sweden (Stockholm; 1986)

Atlas
Foundation, United Kingdom (Argentina, Brazil; 1989)

IES
Europe, Paris (Various European Locations; 1989-2006)

Univ.
of Aix-en-Provence, France (1990, 1993, 1996, 1999, 2002)

Franklin
College, Switzerland (1993, 1996 & 1997)

TOC
Seminar (Oberlin, OH; 1994, UCLA, 2002; UBC, 2004, NY, 2005, Chapman U,

2006)

Intercollegiate
Studies Institute (Indianapolis; 1995)

The
New Economics (Tbilsi, Republic of Georgia, 2006)

 

Organizations:

       
American Association for the Philosophic Study of Society

       
American Philosophical Association

        Mt. Pelerin Society (Member
since 1980)

       
American Society for Value Inquiry (President, 2003)

       

Single Author Books[31]:

                Why Everyone
Else is Wrong

(Springer, 2011)

               
Equality, Oh So Misunderstood
(Addelton Academic Publishers, 2011)

                 Az Üzleti Etika Alapkérdései (Assumptions of Business Ethics) (Budapest,
Helikon Kiado, 2010)

                 Generosita, Virtu civile (Italy: Liberilibri, 2008)

               
The promise of liberty: a non-utopian vision (Lexington Books, 2008).

                 Ayn Rand, Ihr
Werk
(Grevenbroich, DE:Lichtschlag Medien und Werbung KGm 2008)

               
The
Georgia Lectures
(Berlin, DE: Friedrich Neuman Foundation,
2007)

               
The Right Road to Radical Freedom
(Imprint
Academic, 2007)

                The
Morality of Business: A Profession for Wealthcare 
(New York: Springer, 2007)

                 Libertarianism
Defended
(Ashgate, 2006)

              
 Libertarianism, For and Against, w/C. Duncan
(Rowman
& Littlefield, 2005)

                 The Man Without a Hobby (Hamilton Books, 2004)

     Objectivity: Recovering Determinate
Reality
(London, UK:
Ashgate, 2004)

     Neither Left nor Right, Selected Columns (Hoover Institution Press, 2004)

     Putting Humans First, Why We Are Nature’s
Favorites
(Rowman &
Littlefield, 2004)

     The Liberty Option (Imprint
Academic, 2003)

     The Passion for Liberty (Rowman
& Littlefield, 2003)

     The Right to Private Property
(Hoover Institution Pres, 2002)

     A Primer on Business Ethics w/J.
Chesher (Rowman & Littlefield, 2002)

     Initiative:
Human Agency and Society
(Hoover Institution Press, 2000)

     Ayn Rand (Peter Lang, 2000)

     The
Business of Commerce
w/J. Chesher (Hoover Institution Press, 1999)

     Classical
Individualism
(Routledge, 1998)

     Generosity; Virtue in
the Civil Society
(Cato
Institute, 1998)

     Why Freedom Must be
First
(Hoover Institution
Press, 1997)

     A
Primer on Ethics
(University of Oklahoma Press, 1997)

     Private
Rights & Public Illusions
(Transaction, 1995).

     The
Virtue of Liberty
(Foundation for
Economic Education, 1994).

     Liberalisme,
Ethique et Valuers Morales
(Institut Euro 92, 1993).

     Capitalism
and Individualism: Reframing the Argument for the Free Society

           (St.
Martin’s Publ. Co. & Harvester Wheatsheaf Books, 1990).

     A
Dialogue Partly on Political Liberty
[w/J. N. Nelson] (University Press

            of
American, 1990)

     Liberty
and Culture: Essays on the Idea of a Free Society
(Prometheus

           
Books, 1989).

     Individuals
and Their Rights
(Open Court, 1989).

     Marxism:
A Bourgeois Critique
(MCB University Press Limited, 1988).

     The
Moral Case for the Free Market Economy
(The Edwin Mellen Press,

           
1989, rev. [English] version of
Freedom Philosophy
).

     Freedom
Philosophy
(AB Timbro, 1987).

     Introduction
to Philosophical Inquiries

(Allyn & Bacon, 1977; 

           
University Press of America, 1985).

     Human
Rights and Human Liberties
(Nelson-Hall, 1975, [2nd edition
2010]).

     The
Pseudo-Science of B.F. Skinner
(Arlington House, 1973; Hamilton Books,
2006).

     Equality So Badly Misunderstood (New York, NY:
Addleton Academic Publishers, 2010).


                                             Edited
Books[17]
:

                 Anarchism/Minarchism
(w/R. Long) (Ashgate, 2007)

                
Ayn Rand at 100
(New Delhi, India: Pragun Publication, 2006)

                 Liberty & Justice (Hoover
Institution Press, 2006)

                 Liberty and
R&D
(Hoover Institution Press, 2002)

                 Liberty &
Equality
(Hoover Institution Press, 2002)

                 Liberty &
Democracy
(Hoover
Institution Press, 2002)

                 Liberty
and Hard Cases
(Hoover Institution Press, 2001)

                
Individual Rights Reconsidered (Hoover
Institution Press, 2001)

                
The Commons: Its Tragedy and Other
Follies
(Hoover Institution Press, 2001)

                  Morality & Work (Hoover
Institution Press, 2000)   

                  Education in a Free Society (Stanford,
CA: Hoover Institution Press, 2000)

                  Business Ethics in the Global Market
(Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 1999)

      Political
Philosophy: Essential Selections
[w/A. Skoble] (Prentice Hall, 1998)

      Liberty for the
21st Century
[w/D. B.
Rasmussen] (Rowman & Littlefield, 1995)

      Commerce
and Morality
(Rowman and Littlefield, 1988).

      The
Main Debate: Communism vs. Capitalism
(Random House, 1987).

      Recent Work in Philosophy [w/K. G. Lucey] (Rowman & Allanheld,
1983).

      Rights
and Regulation
[with M. Bruce Johnson] (Ballinger, 1983).

      The
Libertarian Reader
(Rowman & Littlefield, 1982).

      The
Libertarian Alternative
(
Nelson-Hall, 1974)

 

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