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Moritz Muecke

Ph.D. Candidate

Bad Soden am Taunus, Germany

MoritzMuecke.de

Curriculum Vitae

Education

B.A. Goethe-University of Frankfurt, American Studies, 2014

M.A. Hillsdale College, Politics, 2016

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“What is important to me is that I can serve as a multiplier of ideas that are true, good, and beautiful.”

~ Moritz Muecke

About

I came to Hillsdale College to benefit from its strong focus on the principles of a Great Books education and rigorous study of American politics in all its manifestations: intellectual, practical, and institutional. I also have a deep interest in classical political philosophy and ancient history as written by thinkers like Thucydides.

Awards, Memberships, & Fellowships

Claremont Institute Publius Fellow, 2015

Dissertation

"The American Political Idea of Progress from the Founding Era to the Civil War" (in progress)

Research Interests

Conceptions of Progress

Historicism

Abraham Lincoln

Classical Political Philosophy

Selected Publications

"Trump muss gehen, der Trumpismus bleibt." Schweizer Monat, December 1, 2020.

"Wenn ein Astronaut nach dem Sternenbanner greift." AchGut.com, September 30, 2020.

"Die Wokeness-Welle: Amerikas gro├čes Erwachen." Deutscher Arbeitgeber Verband, March 2, 2020.

"Diskriminierung an Hochschulen in den USA: Harvard braucht mehr Hillsdale." Deutscher Arbeitgeber Verband, January 11, 2019.

Professor Bloom’s Delight on the Right: American Conservatism and The Closing of the American Mind (Hamburg: Anchor Academic Publishing, 2014).
 

Conference Presentations

“Aristotle and the Ethical Importance of the Ancestral.” Presented atthe  Association of Core Texts and Courses, Framingham, MA, April 2018.

“The Idea of Progress in the Political Thought of Antebellum America.” Presented at the Northeastern Political Science Association, Boston, MA, November 2016.

Languages

German

Latin