Sarah Linda Scott, PHD
Sarah Linda Scott, PHD
Department : Philosophy
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone : 718-862-7205
Office : DLS 434
PHD, The New School
BA, Brown University
- Ethics, 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy, and the History of Philosophy.
- Current research focuses on the moral philosophy of Martin Buber and his relation to aesthetics and Medieval and Renaissance thought. I am also working on projects related to cyber ethics.
Assistant Professor, Manhattan College, 2012-Present.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Manhattan College, 2011-12.
Instructor, Brooklyn College, City University of New York, 2008-11.
Courses Taught: Ethics and Society; Self and Society; Moral Issues in Business; 19th Century Philosophy; Existentialism; Philosophic Issues in Literature; Philosophy of Beauty; Knowledge, Reality and Values.
Teaching Fellow, The New School (Eugene Lang College and The New School for General Studies), 2007, 2010-11. Courses Taught: Ethics, Modern Philosophy, Existentialism.
Publications & Professional Activities
- Forthcoming: “Knowing Otherness: Martin Buber's Appropriation of Nicholas of Cusa," International Philosophical Quarterly.
- Forthcoming: “An Unending Sphere of Relation: Martin Buber’s Conception of Personhood,” Forum Philosophicum.
- Translation: “On the History of the Problem of Individuation: Nicholas of Cusa and Jakob Böhme, by Martin Buber.” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 33.2 (2012): 371-401.
- “Buber.” In The Continuum Companion to Existentialism, edited by Felicity Joseph, Jack Reynolds and Ashley Woodward. London & New York: Continuum, 2011. 334-335.
- “Martin Buber.” In The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, http://www.iep.utm.edu, June 2010.
- Book Review: Distilling Knowledge: Alchemy, Chemistry, and the Scientific Revolution by Bruce T. Moran, Science & Society, April 2009 (Volume 73, No. 2).
- Book Review: Tolerance and the Ethical Life by Andrew Fiala, Metapsychology Online Reviews, http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net, Feb. 3, 2009 (Volume 13, Issue 6).
- Book Review: The Moral Demands of Memory by Jeffrey Blustein, Metapsychology Online Reviews, http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net, Sep. 9, 2008 (Volume 12, Issue 37).
- “Digital Memory and the Discovery of a New Human Right to be Forgotten,” Fourth Annual Conference of the Dialogues on Historical Justice and Memory Network, Lund University, Sweden, December 4-6, 2014
- “Personhood in the Moral Philosophy of Martin Buber,” Canadian Jacques Maritain Association, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Brock University, Canada, May 25, 2014.
- “Nicholas of Cusa’s Ethics of Individuation and Martin Buber’s Dialogic Philosophy,” American Cusanus Society, 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, May 8, 2014.
- “Beyond Privacy: The New Human Rights of Memory,” Long Island Philosophical Society, Molloy College, April 26, 2014.
- “The Influence of Nicholas of Cusa on Martin Buber,” 11th Annual International Society for Neoplatonic Studies Conference, Cardiff University, Wales, June 14, 2013.
- “The Moral Significance of the Coincidence of Opposites in Nicholas of Cusa and Martin Buber,” Philosophy Workshop, The New School for Social Research, New York, December 16, 2010.
- “Dialogic Subjectivity in Plato and Martin Buber,” Graduate Students’ Conference: Breaking Out of Subjectivity, CREOR (Centre for Research on Religion), McGill University, Canada, March 7, 2008.
- Co-Director, Manhattan College Center for Ethics , 2014-Present.
Fellow, Manhattan College Center for Ethics, 2012-2014.
- Fellow, Collegium: Summer Colloquy on Faith and Intellectual Life, College of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts, June 20-27, 2014.
- Co-Developer and Faculty Advisor, Manhattan College Film Society, 2011-Present.
- LLRN 102 Classical Origins of Western Culture
- PHIL 150 Roots of the Modern Age: Philosophy
- PHIL 201 Ethics
- PHIL 228 Philosophy & Film
- PHIL 301 / RLS 200 Faith & Reason
- PHIL 311 Augustine
- PHIL 334 Existentialism
- PHIL 399 Special Topics in Philosophy: Great Women Philosophers