"The risk of nihilism is that it alienates us from anything good or true. Yet believing in nothing has positive potential."
Nolen Gertz is an Assistant Professor of applied philosophy at the University of Twente and a senior researcher of the 4TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology in Eindhoven, both in the Netherlands. He is the author of a number of books, including The Philosophy of War and Exile and Nihilism and Technology. His research focuses primarily on the intersection of political philosophy, existential phenomenology, and philosophy of technology.
His traillblazing work has appeared in The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and on the ABC Australia website, as well as in interviews for BBC World, Al Jazeera, Austrian Public Radio, Ireland's National Independent Radio, and France's Philosophie Magazine.
"He always satiates when I seek meaningful bites on the seemingly meaningless political, social, and economic existences so many parts of the world are experiencing today." 032c Magazine
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