Philosophers at Marymount are scholar-teachers in environmental ethics, cyberethics, bioethics, the philosophy of human rights, philosophical psychology, the philosophy of cognitive neuroscience, and the history of philosophy. Here are some recent books and articles:
Boylan, Michael. Fictive Narrative Philosophy: How Fiction Can Act As Philosophy. Routledge, 2019.
Corrigan, Daniel. “What’s So Good About Enviromental Human Rights? Constitutional vs International Environmental Rights” in Environmental Human Rights: A Political Theory Perspective, ed. Oksanen et al. Routledge, 2017.