Dr. Patrick Müller



Organisation


Lehrstuhl für Anglistik, insbesondere Literaturwissenschaft



Project lead


War of the Worlds? Science and Religion in Contemporary Literature
Dr. Patrick Müller
(01/05/2014)


Project member


Kommentierte Gesamtausgabe der Werke Anthony Ashley Coopers, Third Earl of Shaftesbury
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Freiburg
(01/09/1986 - 30/08/2012)


Other Research Activities

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Organisation of a congress / conference
Prof. Dr. Rudolf Freiburg; Christine Jackson-Holzberg; Dr. Patrick Müller
Shaping Enlightenment Politics: The Social and Political Impact of the First and Third Earls of Shaftesbury
(23/07/2015 - 25/07/2015)
Speech / Talk
Dr. Patrick Müller
“Rewriting the Divine Right Theory: The Political Implications of Shaftesbury’s Radical Rejection of Futurity.”
Speech / Talk
Dr. Patrick Müller
“‘Had not the Priests, as is usual, prefer’d the love of Blood to all other Passions’: Shaftesbury’s Enlightened Critique of Religion.”
Speech / Talk
Dr. Patrick Müller
“Hobbes und die Folgen: Shaftesburys ‘Moral Sense’ zwischen Ethik, Ästhetik und sozialer Kompetenz.”
Speech / Talk
Dr. Patrick Müller
“Ridentem dicere verum quid vetat: Shaftesbury, Horatian Satire, and the Cultural (Ab)Uses of Laughter.”


Publications (Download BibTeX)

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Müller, P. (2015). Evolutionstheorie und Darwins Glaubenskrise(n) in Harry Thompsons This Thing of Darkness (2005). In Heydenreich, Aura; Mecke, Klaus (Eds.), Quarks and Letters: Naturwissenschaften in der Literatur und Kultur der Gegenwart, (pp. 295-318). Berlin: De Gruyter.
Müller, P. (2014). Hobbes, Locke and the Consequences: Shaftesbury's Moral Sense and Political Agitation in Early Eighteenth-Century England 37.3 (2014 Sept): 315-330. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 37(3), 315-330.
Müller, P. (2013). Mapping a Tory's ‘prostitute Pen and Tongue': Satire, Criticism, and the Political Dimension of Shaftesbury's Aversion to Swift. In Juhas Kirsten (Eds.), The first wit of the age : essays on Swift and his contemporaries in honour of Hermann J. Real (pp. 297-314). Frankfurt am Main: Lang.
Müller, P. (Ed.) (2013). ‘New Ages, New Opinions’: Shaftesbury in his World and Today. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Müller, P., Hansen, M., & Juhas, K. (2013). Preface. In Juhas Kirsten (Eds.), The first wit of the age : essays on Swift and his contemporaries in honour of Hermann J. Real (pp. 11-14). Frankfurt am Main: Lang.
Müller, P. (2013). Preface” [with Mascha Hansen and Kirsten Juhas] and “Mapping a Tory’s ‘prostitute Pen and Tongue’: Satire, Criticism, and the Political Dimension of Shaftesbury’s Aversion to Swift.”. In Mascha Hansen, Kirsten Juhas, and Patrick Müller (Eds.), The first wit of the age”: Essays on Swift and his Contemporaries in Honour of Hermann J. Real, (pp. 11-14; 297-314.). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Müller, P. (2013). Ridentem Dicere Verum Quid Vetat: Shaftesbury, Horatian Satire, and the Cultural (Ab)Uses of Laughter. XVII-XVIII, 70, 47-71..
Müller, P., Juhas, K., & Hansen, M. (Eds.) (2013). “The first wit of the age”: Essays on Swift and his Contemporaries in Honour of Hermann J. Real. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
Müller, P. (2012). ‘But philosophy can tell no more': Johnson's Christian Moralism and the Genre of Rasselas. In New Melvyn (Eds.), Resisting Secularism: Theology and Literature in the Age of Johnson (pp. 113-129). Newark: Univ. of Delaware Press.
Müller, P. (2012). ‘Like walking off a stage': Altern als Tragikomödie in David Lodges Deaf Sentence und Ian McEwans Solar. In Freiburg Rudolf (Eds.), Alter(n) in Literatur und Kultur der Gegenwart (pp. 147-168). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

Last updated on 2017-03-07 at 02:01