Faculty Michael Buckley
Michael Buckley is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department. His interests are in the fields of political philosophy and applied ethics, with a particular interest in political constructivism, transitional justice, global justice, and business ethics.
Michael joined Lehman College in 2007, and received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Emory University in 2006.
- Buckley, M: 2013, "The Priority of Legitimacy in Times of Political Transition,” Human Rights Review 14(4): 327-345.
- Buckley, M: 2013, “A Constructivist Approach to Business Ethics,” Journal of Business Ethics 117(4): 695-706.
- Buckley, M: 2013, “On the Essential Nature of Business,” Business Ethics Journal Review 1(15): 92-98.
- Buckley, M: 2012, “Justice in Context: Assessing Contextualism as an Approach to Justice,” Ethics and Global Politics 5(2): 71-94.
- Buckley, M & Nick Tomb: 2012, “A Just Peacemaking Process: The UN’s Integration of Transitional Justice with DDR,” in Transitional Justice: Between Criminal Justice, Atonement and Democracy, ed. Anja Mihr (Netherlands Institute of Human Rights – SIM).
- Buckley, M.: 2011, “John Stuart Mill and the Idea of a Stationary State Economy,” in Humanistic Ethics in the Age of Globality, eds. Heiko Spitzeck et. al (New York: Macmillan Palgrave Publishers): 137-147.
- Buckley, M.: 2011, “Constructivism,” Encyclopedia of Global Justice, eds. Deen Chatterjee and Reece Newman (New York: Springer).
- Buckley, M.: 2010, “The Structure of Justification in Political Constructivism,” Metaphilosophy 41(5): 669-689.
Other Academic/Professional Activities:
Lehman College’s Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies, Steering Committee
Global Majority, Board Member