Aaron Wells wins Markus Herz Prize

Author: Christine Grandy

Aaron Wells won the Markus Herz Prize from the North American Kant Society for his paper "Mechanical Inexplicability and Extensive Magnitudes in Kant’s Critique of Judgment." This is an award given every year to the best graduate student paper presented at one of the regional meetings of the NAKS. Aaron is the second consecutive Notre Dame graduate student to win the prize (Naomi Fisher won in 2015), and the fourth Notre Dame student to win in the last 8 years. Good work, Aaron!