Ronald Sandler is a professor of philosophy in the Department of Philosophy and Religion, a researcher in the Nanotechnology and Society Research Group, and a research associate in the Environmental Justice Research Collaborative at Northeastern University. His primary areas of research are environmental ethics, ethics and technology, ethical theory, and Spinoza.
Sandler has taught courses on subjects ranging from philosophy of religion to ethics after Darwin and from contemporary moral issues to history of philosophy. He has received Northeastern University’s Excellence in Teaching Award.
Contributions to Humans & Nature:
Who Benefits from Heroic Attempts to Save Species?
A response to “How far should we go to bring back lost species?”
- The Ethics of Species
Ronald Sandler explores the value of species in this book.