Mark J Rowlands

Chair of Philosophy Department
Cooper Senior Scholar in the Arts and Sciences

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Mark Rowlands (D.Phil., University of Oxford) is Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at the University of Miami. He is the author of twenty-one books, translated into roughly the same number of languages, and over a hundred journal articles, book chapters and reviews. His work in the philosophy of mind comprises several books, including The Body in Mind (Cambridge, 1999), The Nature of Consciousness (Cambridge, 1999), Externalism (Acumen, 2003), Body Language (MIT, 2006), The New Science of the Mind (MIT 2010), Memory and the Self (Oxford 2016) and Can Animals be Persons? (Oxford 2019). His work in ethics and moral psychology includes Animal Rights (Macmillan 1998), The Environmental Crisis (Macmillan, 2000), Animals Like Us (Verso, 2002), Can Animals be Moral? (Oxford, 2012) and Animal Rights (Hachette 2013). He has also written several books aimed at a general audience, including The Philosopher at the End of the Universe (Random House, 2003), Everything I Know I Learned From TV (Random House, 2005), Running with the Pack (Granta, 2013) and A Good Life (Granta 2015). His memoir, The Philosopher and the Wolf (Granta, 2008) became an international bestseller. His most recent book is World on Fire: Humans, Animals, and the Future of the Planet (Oxford 2021).



Mark Rowlands The Nature of Consciousness (Cambridge University Press. 1999).

Mark Rowlands Externalism (Acumen. 2003).

Mark Rowlands Body Language (MIT Press. 2006).

Mark Rowlands (MIT Press. 2010).