Gregory Robson

Iowa State University and Notre Dame University

Gregory Robson is an assistant professor of philosophy at Iowa State University and a visiting assistant research professor in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame. Robson specializes in teaching philosophy, politics, economics, and business and technology ethics. Robson earned a B.A. in economics and organizational development from Vanderbilt, an ALM in government from Harvard, an M.A. in philosophy from Duke, and a Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Arizona. Robson's research revolves around justice, human flourishing, and business and technology ethics, and has been published in The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, the journal of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, the Journal of Philosophy, Ethics and Information Technology, and many more scholarly journals. Robson also has several forthcoming academic papers such as “How to Object to the Profit System (and How Not To)", and “The Duty to be Transparent When Supporting Laws in Public Discourse." Robson also co-edited and contributed a chapter about the ramifications of and potential solutions to social media echo chambers to the book, Technology Ethics: A Philosophical Introduction and Readings. From 2023-2025, Robson is co-representing the Society for Business Ethics at the American Philosophical Association Central Division, and is currently working on a book manuscript, Laboratories of Justice.