Dr. Chris Wolfe Dr. Chris Wolfe Assistant Professor
Political Science
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Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Political Science - Claremont Graduate University (2014)
  • Master of Arts - Politics - Claremont Graduate Uinversity (2012)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Philosophy - University of Dallas (2009)

Publications

  • "International Philosophical Quarterly"
    A Response to John Rawls’ Critique of Loyola on the Human Good
    (2018)
  • "Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy"
    ’An Artificial Being’: John Marshall and Corporate Personhood
    (2017)
  • "Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought"
    Alasdair MacIntyre on the Grand End Conception of Practical Reasoning
    (2016) Page 312-330
  • "Perspectives on Political Science"
    Some Objections to MacIntyre from Deliberative Democracy
    (2015) Page 109-114
  • "The Review of Metaphysics"
    Plato and Aristotle’s Answers to the Parmenides Problem
    (2012) Page 747-764

Presentations

  • "Corporate Personhood in the Taney and Chase Era Courts (1836-1873)" (2018)
    Federalist Society Faculty Conference, in conjunction with the Association of American Law Schools annual meeting
  • "“Natural Law as a Subversive Education,”" (2016)
    American Political Science Association annual meeting
  • "‘An Artificial Being’: John Marshall and Corporate Personhood" (2016)
    Midwest Political Science Association annual meeting
  • "Alasdair MacIntyre on the Grand End Conception of Practical Reasoning" (2015)
    Annual Meeting of the International Society for MacIntyrean Enquiry
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