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Meghan Sullivan

Philosopher, Notre Dame professor

Meghan Sullivan is an associate professor in the Philosophy Department at the University of Notre Dame. She writes primarily on the philosophy of time, necessity, practical reason and philosophy of religion. She also teaches a large lecture course on faith and the good life. Sullivan holds a B.Phil from Oxford, where she studied as a Rhodes Scholar. And she holds a PhD in philosophy from Rutgers.

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