Meghan Sullivan

Department of Philosophy


Wilsey Family College Professor of Philosophy; Director of Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study

  • Time and rational planning
  • Love and ethical commitment
  • Philosophy of religion
  • Philosophy as a way of life

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Annals of Inquiry: Being in Time

Meghan Sullivan, a philosopher at the University of Notre Dame, contemplates these questions in her book “Time Biases: A Theory of Rational Planning and Personal Persistence.”

'Pandemic time' can potentially impact emotional health

“Philosophers--for the last, I don't know, 2,400 years--have been more in the business of trying to give people advice about how they should think about time, realizing that some of the ways that we ordinarily experience time are bad,” said Meghan Sullivan, the Wilsey Family College professor of philosophy at the University of Notre Dame and author of the book Time Biases.