Jun 11, 2021
Michael Millerman is a scholar of political philosophy working primarily on classical political rationalism and phenomenology. He is the author of Beginning with Heidegger: Strauss, Rorty, Derrida, Dugin and the Philosophical Constitution of the Political. He holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of British Columbia and an MA and PhD in Political Science (Political Theory) from the University of Toronto. In connection with his research, he has translated several books by the Russian political philosopher Alexander Dugin. For more information, visit michaelmillerman.ca.
In this episode we discuss Millerman's article titled, "The Ethnosociological and Existential Dimensions of Alexander Dugin’s Populism" published in Telos 193, Winter 2020.