Zak Woodman is a MA Student at Western Michigan University with a BA from University of Michigan on philosophy and economics.
His research interests are in political philosophy, ethical theory, meta-ethics, and decision theory. In particular, he is interested in the intersections of anarchist and liberal political theory, the legitimacy of political authority, cultural identity, and the practical implications of philosophical anarchism.
His main intellectual influences include Benjamin Tucker, Voltairine de Cleyre, F.A. Hayek, J.S. Mill, Friedrich Nietzsche, William James, Richard Rorty, James Buchanan, Elinor Ostrom, and Don Lavoie. He hosts a podcast at C4SS, which you can find here.