Nathan Eric Dickman (PhD, The University of Iowa) is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of the Ozarks. He researches in hermeneutic phenomenology, philosophy of language, and comparative questions in philosophies of religions, with particular concerns about global social justice issues in ethics and religions. He has taught a breadth of courses, from Critical Thinking to Zen, and Existentialism to Greek & Arabic philosophy. His book titled “Using Questions to Think” (Bloomsbury, 2021) examines the roles questions play in critical thinking and reasoning, his book titled “Philosophical Hermeneutics and the Priority of Questions in Religions” (Bloomsbury, 2022) examines the roles questions play in religious discourse, and his book titled “Interpretation: A Critical Primer” (Equinox, 2023) examines the role of questions in the interpretation of texts.
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