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  1. Professor Philip N. Howard is a social scientist with expertise in technology, public policy and international affairs. He is Director of Oxford University’s Programme on Democracy and Technology, a Statutory Professor at Balliol College, and he is affiliated with the Departments of Politics and Sociology.

  2. Philip King Howard (born October 24, 1948) is an American lawyer and writer. He has written on the effects of modern law and bureaucracy on human behavior and the workings of society. He started The Common Good, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization which advocates simplifying government.

  3. Howard Phillips Lovecraft (Providence, 20 de agosto de 1890-Providence, 15 de marzo de 1937), [1] más conocido como H. P. Lovecraft, fue un escritor estadounidense, autor de relatos y novelas de terror y ciencia ficción.

  4. New York Times. bestselling author, lawyer, and advocate to simplify government and restore individual responsibility. Beginning with his book The Death of Common Sense in 1995, Philip has written about the central role of human responsibility in a functioning government—the freedom to make timely choices, and to be accountable for them.

  5. Philip Howard, 13th Earl of Arundel (28 June 1557 – 19 October 1595) was an English nobleman. He was canonised by Pope Paul VI in 1970, as one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales. Howard lived mainly during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I; he was charged with being a Catholic, quitting England without leave, and sharing in ...

  6. Co-founder and President. Philip Howard is a Professor at the University of Oxford and President of the IPIE. He is a global authority on technology innovation and public policy. He is an award-winning researcher and has published 10 books and over 130 academic articles.

  7. Philip K. Howard is the author of the bestseller The Death of Common Sense (Random House, 1995), and The Rule of Nobody (W.W. Norton, 2014), which was a finalist for the Hayek Book Prize. In his recent book, Not Accountable (Rodin Books, 2023), Philip argues that public employee unions have undermined democratic governance and should be ...