Kellogg Huber's Philosophical Founder: Michael Kellogg

Law360, New York (September 9, 2014, 7:20 PM EDT) -- Every morning, Michael K. Kellogg, author of several books on philosophy and the history of Western thought, arrives at his office to hammer out a few hundred words for his next book, then takes a moment to don the cloak of his alter ego: Michael K. Kellogg, Washington appellate superlitigator.

As a young man in the thrall of Wittgenstein and Kant, Kellogg shipped off to graduate school at Oxford University, before concerns that academic philosophy was "too much wheel-spinning" led him to seek out a more practical profession. He enrolled at Harvard Law School, where he met a pair of lifelong...

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