RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP
The faculty in the Department of Philosophy are internationally recognized scholars in their field of expertise while also being committed to engaging philosophical discussions in the public sphere.
Under what conditions is an individual justified to believe an act of killing is permissible? And are one’s opinions on lawful killings held with much more caution than one realizes? Associate Professor of Philosophy Stephen Napier, PhD, addresses these challenging questions in his new book Uncertain Bioethics: Moral Risk and Human Dignity.
Norman Ajari, PhD, "George Floyd Protests Stir a Difficult Debate on Race in France," The New York Times
Sarah-Vaughan Brakman, PhD, "Social distancing isn’t a personal choice. It’s an ethical duty.," Vox