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David Lloyd Dusenbury

David Lloyd Dusenbury is the author, most recently, of Platonic Legislations: An Essay on Legal Critique in Ancient Greece (Springer International, 2017). He is a regular contributor to the Times Literary Supplement and is currently writing a book titled The Innocence of Pontius Pilate (2019).
Articles by David Lloyd Dusenbury

Utopia’s Borders

The political future of the European bloc looks distressingly rough. Already in a December 2016 essay published in the Financial Times, Wolfgang Münchau warned that the “liberal capitalist order” was in peril of capsizing under what he called “uncontrolled flows of people and capital.” The mere…

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