NICHOLLS, Robert

Robert Nicholls (BA Brock, MA Guelph, PhD Waterloo) is a Professor in the Philosophy and Humanities Department at Douglas College. His areas of research specialization and competence include: Contemporary Continental Philosophy, especially Nietzsche and Heidegger, History of Philosophy, and Social and Political Philosophy. Of note, he has published essays on Husserl, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Literary Theory,Taoism, and Education, and has presented papers at numerous conferences. Moreover, he is currently engaged in research projects on the following topics: Heidegger and the History of Philosophy; Philosophical Counselling (significantly influenced by theoreticians such as Ludwig Binswanger and Irwin Yalom); and "Language and Logic: a Critical Thinking Primer" (a textbook for first year students).

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