My interview at the Rockford College Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship
Author: Timothy Sandefur
The Rockford College Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship has posted the video of my interview with philosopher Stephen Hicks.
One embarrassing error: in my interview, I mentioned that the poet Yeats referred to the 1930s as a "low, dishonest decade." In fact, that quote is from W.H. Auden's poem "September 1, 1939." I was confusing it with Yeats' brilliant "The Second Coming," which in many ways seemed to foretell the history of the 1930s.
Here's part 1:
And part 2:
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