Johan de Jong is assistant professor in the history of modern philosophy at Utrecht University.
He teaches at the Philosophy Department and at the Department of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and specializes in post-Kantian continental philosophy.
dr. J.E. de Jong
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies | Utrecht University
Janskerkhof 13A, room 0.02
3512 BL Utrecht
E-mail: j.e.dejong at uu dot nl
I specialize in Post-Kantian Continental Philosophy, with a focus on German idealism, phenomenology, hermeneutics and deconstruction.
I just finished teaching a Philosophical Anthropology course and a general introductory course called Great Ideas. Right now I am teaching a course on Heidegger's Beiträge zur Philosophie (Vom Ereignis). Later this year I'll be teaching an introductory course on the History of Modern Philosophy.
I am currently reworking my dissertation into a book.