Michael Rohlf


  • School of Philosophy
  • Expertise

  • Kant
  • Modern Philosophy
  • Moral and Political Philosophy
  • Biography

    Michael Rohlf is a historian of modern philosophy who specializes in Kant. He is the editor of The Modern Turn, which was published by The Catholic University of America Press in 2017, and the author of the general article on Kant in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. He has also published articles on Kant's moral philosophy, metaphysics, epistemology, and aesthetics; Kant's relationship to other modern philosophers such as Hume and Rousseau; and contemporary Kantian moral philosophy. Dr. Rohlf's current research has taken a more Fichtean turn. He regularly teaches undergraduate courses in moral and political philosophy and in the history of modern philosophy, as well as graduate courses on German philosophy from Kant through Hegel.

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