Interview With Stephen Hicks | A Curious Worldview

I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Professor Stephen Hicks for a discussion about postmodernism, aesthetics, BLM and more.

We spoke for about an hour and a half and in that time covered mostly aesthetics, art and some personal stuff with Stephen sprinkled by the everpresent postmodern theme. We could have kept going for hours if given the chance.

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Author Of Explaining Postmodernism + Nietzsche & The Nazis… Stephen Hicks

Stephen Hicks is a professor of philosophy at Rockford University, author of many books and overall exceptionally deep thinking, kind and erudite man.

His book, Explaining Postmodernism has gained in relevance over the last few years. Hicks was quite early in predicting the social significance Postmodernism would have upon the world. Plus, Hicks is an expert on Nietzsche and his book ‘Nietzsche and the Nazis’ does a terrific job at analysing that fascinating time stamp of history.

Links To Stephen Hicks Work

Website: https://www.stephenhicks.org/

Podcast: http://www.stephenhicks.org/audio-pub…

Stephen Hicks Books

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