Hi. I’m Chris Haufe. I work on problems in the history and philosophy of science and mathematics.
I grew up in Saginaw, Michigan. As an undergraduate, I studied philosophy, economics, and women’s studies at the University of Michigan. I moved to New York City in August 2001 to study philosophy at Columbia University, from which I graduated in 2006.
I’ve been working at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland since 2011, where I live with my amazing wife and three spectacular children.
These are my current projects:
- the role of metaphor in science
- conceptual and historical foundations of scientism
- the epistemology of the humanities
- the epistemology of research proposal review