Reason, Right, and Revolution
Practical Philosophy between Kant and Hegel
James Clarke is a lecturer in Philosophy at the University of York, UK. His research interests include Post-Kantian practical philosophy (Erhard, Fichte, and Hegel), Rousseau’s moral psychology and political philosophy, and contemporary legal and political theory. He has written several articles on Fichte and Hegel and has recently completed (with Conny Rhode) a translation of J.B. Erhard’s “Apologie des Teufels”.
James is the PI for Reason Right Revolution.
Gabriel Gottlieb is an associate professor of philosophy at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. His research interests include German Idealism (Kant, Fichte, Hegel), social and political philosophy, and philosophy of action. He is the editor of Fichte’s ‘Foundations of Natural Right’: A Critical Guide (Cambridge University Press: 2016).
Gabriel is the Co-PI for Reason Right Revolution
Elisabeth Thorsson is an associate lecturer in Political Theory at the Department of Politics at the University of York, UK. Elisabeth completed her doctoral thesis “From Empiricism to Platonism: Locke’s Concept of Reason” in the Department of Philosophy, also at York, in 2018. Her research is focused on early modern philosophy, with particular interest in Locke, Hobbes and the Natural Law tradition.
Elisabeth is the Project Manager for Reason Right Revolution.