Vanessa Wills is assistant professor of philosophy at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Her areas of specialization are moral, social and political philosophy, 19th century German philosophy (especially Karl Marx), and the philosophy of race. Her research is importantly informed by her study of Marx’s work, and focuses on how economic and social arrangements inhibit or promote the realization of values such as freedom, equality and human development. Wills is also on the editorial board of Spectre Journal.
Aug 12, 2020