Dan Moller
Associate Professor
AOS: Moral and Political Philosophy
Office: 1107B Skinner Building


Dan Moller (B.Phil., Oxford, Ph.D., Princeton) is professor of philosophy and works in moral and political philosophy, with interests in aesthetics and philosophy of religion. Recent projects include a reassessment of classical liberal ideas about the state (Governing Least: a New England Libertarianism, Oxford University Press) and a forthcoming work about the music of JS Bach.

For selected writings, see www.danmoller.org.