Charles Malik, Theologian, was a Lebanese academic, diplomat, theologian and philosopher (1906 – 1987). He attended American University of Beirut, where he graduated with a degree in mathematics and physics. He then went on to study philosophy at Harvard (received his PhD in philosophy from Harvard University) and in Freiburg, Germany. He is known for his role with the UN – signed the founding charger of the United Nations and signed and shaped one of its greatest documents, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. He completed his academic career as Jacques Maritain Distinguished Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy at the Catholic University, Washington DC. He’s the author of The Two Tasks.
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