Professor; Mary T. Clark Chair of Christian Philosophy, Philosophy
Reid Hall, Room 409
Tue, Fri, Noon-1:30 p.m.
Siobhan Nash-Marshall is professor of philosophy and the Mary T. Clark Chair of Christian Philosophy at Manhattanville College, where she is also chairwoman of the philosophy department. She holds Ph.D.s from Fordham University and the Università Cattolica di Milano, as well as a L.M. from the Università di Padova and a B.A. from New York University. Her specializations are metaphysics, epistemology, and medieval philosophy. The author of many books, her most recent publications include Evil, Pain, and the Problem of Properties in Aquinas and Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013); Lies, Damned Lies, and Genocide in Metaphilosophy (2013); Levi, Arslan, and Responses to Genocide, in Scrittori del Novecento e Mistero Cristiano (2013); Boethius’s Influence on Theology and Metaphysics through the Sixteenth Century in Brill Companion to Boethius in the Middle Ages (2012); Bugie, maledette bugie e genocidio in Vita e Pensiero (2012); and Saint Anselm and the Problem of Evil, or on Freeing Evil from the Problem of Evil (2012) in International Philosophical Quarterly. She is currently teaching a seminar on boredom while she is writing a book on the betrayal of philosophy.
Ph.D., Master of Arts, Master of Philosophy, Fordham University
Ph.D., Università Cattolica di Milano
L.M., Università di Padova
B.A., New York University
“Evil, Pain, and the Problem of Properties”
“Lies, Damned Lies, and Genocide”
“Levi, Arslan, and Responses to Genocide"
“Boethius’s Influence on Theology and Metaphysics through the Sixteenth Century”
“Bugie, maledette bugie e genocidio”