Dan Moller (B.Phil., Oxford, Ph.D., Princeton) is Associate Professor of Philosophy and works primarily in moral and political philosophy. Recent projects include a reassessment of classical liberal ideas about the state (Governing Least: a New England Libertarianism, forthcoming with Oxford University Press) and making sense of the function of the emotions. He has also worked in the philosophy of religion and aesthetics.
The PPE Seminar is part the Political Theory Project, whose aim is to foster the study of those institutions which contribute to societies that are free, prosperous, and fair. The PPE seminar is an research seminar designed to appeal to scholars across political science, economics, and philosophy. We aim to bring in researchers working on topics that are of importance across the disciplines and whose work speaks to the research interests of our faculty and post-doctoral fellows.