Gerald Gaus is the James E. Rogers professor of philosophy at the University of Arizona, where he directs the program in philosophy, politics, economics & law. He is also a faculty in the Center for the Philosophy of Freedom. His books include Value and justification (Cambridge University Press, 1990), Justificatory liberalism (Oxford University Press, 1996) and The order of public reason (Cambridge University Press, 2011). His most recent book is The tyranny of the ideal: justice in a diverse society (Princeton University Press, 2016). He is currently writing a book, An evolving moral order: Hayekian social philosophy for the twenty-first century to be published by Oxford University Press. His papers can be found at http://www.gaus.biz.
The annual Mark Blaug Prize in philosophy and economics is open for submission