Scott L. Pratt is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Oregon. His research and teaching interests are in American philosophy (including pragmatism, America feminism, philosophies of race, and Native American philosophy), philosophy of education, and the history of logic. He is coauthor of American Philosophy from Wounded Knee the Present (Bloomsbury, 2015) and several papers on posthumanism and author of two books, Native Pragmatism: Rethinking the Roots of American Philosophy (Indiana University Press, 2002) and Logic: Inquiry, Argument and Order (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), as well as numerous articles on pluralism, logic, and Dewey’s theory of inquiry.
Scott L. Pratt
University of Oregon
Prof. Pratt has one issue with the Journal, namely: (Mis)Trust and Pragmatism as Grounded Normativity in Volume 14, Issue 1 (Summer, 2023).