(September 2, – December 9, 2004) was an Austrian-American moral philosopher. He was the editor-in-chief of MacMillan's eight-volume Encyclopedia of Philosophy from 1967, and lectured at New York University, Brooklyn College and the New School for Social Research from the 1960s to the 1990s. Bayot, Jennifer. Edwards' obituary at wasm.us "Paul Edwards, Professor and Editor of Philosophy, dies at 81", The New York Times, December 16,
(born 1 October 1986) is an English boxer who fights in the flyweight division. He won the British welterweight title on 15 December with a victory over Shinny Bayaar after the bout was stopped with Bayaar having received a cut. Boxrec | Paul Edwards professional record Edwards defended the title on 11 June and lost in his first defence to namesake Chris Edwards via split decision over 12 rounds.
Paul Geoffrey Edwards (31 July May 1992) was a wide-ranging literary scholar at the University of Edinburgh, appreciated for his "adventurous and unorthodox teaching". 'In Memoriam: Paul Edwards', ALA Bulletin, Vol. 35, p.22
(born 25 December 1963) is an English former professional footballer who played as a left back. Active in the Football League between and for five different clubs, Edwards made over 200 career appearances.
Paul A. Edwards is an American cinematographer, camera operator and television director. He has worked as a camera operator and cinematographer on various mainstream films and has also directed several episodes of many series, including Lost, Fringe, and Once Upon a Time.