Roisin Lally, Ph.D.

Lecturer of Philosophy

Roisin Lally is a Lecturer of Philosophy at Gonzaga University. She teaches Reasoning 101, Human Nature 201, and Ethics 301. Drawing on the traditions of phenomenology and metaphysics, she works on the ontology of time, philosophy of technology, aesthetics,...

Roisin Lally

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Reasoning 101

Human Nature 201

Ethics 301


Roisin Lally is a Lecturer of Philosophy at Gonzaga University. She teaches Reasoning 101, Human Nature 201, and Ethics 301. Drawing on the traditions of phenomenology and metaphysics, she works on the ontology of time, philosophy of technology, aesthetics, and sustainability. She has published articles on identity and technology. Her current research is focused on developing a feminist philosophy that pays particular attention to what she calls transductional time; the intersection between kairological and chronological time.