Canadian-American libertarian philosopher
Dr. Stephen Hicks is Professor of Philosophy and Executive Director of the Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship. He is the author of five books that have been translated into 18 languages: Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault (Scholargy, 2004); Readings for Logical Analysis (W. W. Norton, 2nd edition, 1998); Nietzsche and the Nazis (Ockham’s Razor, 2010), Entrepreneurial Living (CEEF, 2017); Liberalism Pro and Con: A Primer Conor Court, 2020). He has published widely in academic journals such as Review of Metaphysics, Journal of Medicine, Law, and Ethics, and Business Ethics Quarterly, as well as more popular outlets such as The Wall Street Journal. His Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees are from the University of Guelph (Canada) and his Ph.D. in philosophy is from Indiana University. Most of his graduate work was in logic and philosophy of science. He has been a visiting professor at Georgetown University (Washington, D.C.) and the University of Kasimir the Great (Poland), and a visiting fellow at the Social Philosophy & Policy Center (Bowling Green, Ohio), Harris Manchester College (Oxford, England), and The Objectivist Center (New York).