Charles T. Wolfe

Research Fellow, Philosophy and History of Science, Ghent University

Charles is interested in the interrelation between early modern philosophy and the history and philosophy of the life sciences, centring on themes such as the man-machine, mechanism and organism, and vitalism; and figures such as Locke, La Mettrie, and Diderot. In addition, Charles works on topics in 'classical empiricism' and philosophy of mind with a historical focus.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Fellow, Philosophy and History of Science, Ghent University

Education

  • 2007 
    Boston University, Phd, Philosophy