Douglas J. Den Uyl

Douglas J. Den Uyl, Ph.D., was born in Monroe, Michigan and attended Kalamazoo College (B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy), the University of Chicago (M.A. in Political Science), and Marquette University (Ph.D. in Philosophy). He is interested in the history of ideas and has published essays or books on Spinoza, Smith, Shaftesbury, Mandeville, and others. His interests also include moral and political theory. He is the author of Power, State and Freedom: An Interpretation of Spinoza’s Political Thought and God, Man and Well Being: Spinoza’s Modern Humanism. He co-founded the American Association for the Philosophic Study of Society, The North American Spinoza Society, and The International Adam Smith Society. He taught Philosophy and was Department Chair and Full Professor at Bellarmine University before coming to Liberty Fund where he is now Vice President Emeritus and Benjamin A. Rogge Resident Scholar.

Recent Research by Douglas J. Den Uyl

— Oct 29, 2021
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The Essential Enlightenment spotlights the intellectual and philosophical movement, based largely in Europe, that spawned the rise of reason and the scientific method.