University of Leiden
Institute for Philosophy
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Rudmer Bijlsma works on early modern practical philosophy, especially on (the intersection between) moral psychology and political philosophy. Currently he is a lecturer at the Institute for Philosophy, University of Leiden. He was previously a Marie Sklodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow at the University of Lausanne, conducting a research project on the republican critique of commercial society of Adam Ferguson and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. He studied philosophy and law at Utrecht University, and received his PhD from Antwerp University for a dissertation entitled Spinoza, Hume, and the Politics of Imagination: Naturalism, Narrative, Enlightenment.

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