Dr. W. Clark Wolf, teaching assistant professor of philosophy in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, was awarded the 2022 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Prize by the American Philosophical Association.
The prize, funded by the Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, is awarded to the two best published articles in philosophy written by adjunct professors. Wolf was honored for his article, “Metaphysics Supervenes on Logic: The Role of the Logical Forms in Hegel’s ‘Replacement’ of Metaphysics.”
Wolf’s research interests concern Kant and German idealism, the philosophy of language and mind, and the history of metaphysics. His work has or will appear in journals such as the Journal of the History of Philosophy, Review of Metaphysics, European Journal of Philosophy, Kant-Studien, and The Philosophical Review. He is also the translator of Michael Wolff’s Essay on the Principles of Logic: A Defense of Logical Monism (De Gruyter, 2023).
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