David Lloyd Dusenbury, MPhil, MPhil, PhD
I am currently lecturing in the Department of Philosophy at Loyola University Maryland, & writing two books: The Innocence of Pontius (Hurst), & On Human Nature (Oxford University Press). My other books are The Space of Time & Platonic Legislations.
In 2017-18, I held a University Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Leuven. I have lectured widely in Europe on topics in philosophy, law, & the history of ideas, & have contributed to Antiquité Tardive, Journal of Law and Religion, Ratio Juris, Studia Patristica, & other journals.
I write regularly for the Times Literary Supplement in London. My essays & criticism appear in American Affairs, First Things, Los Angeles Review of Books, Radical Philosophy, & so on.
After a decade in London, Berlin, & Brussels, I live in Washington, D.C.