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Schlueter to deliver remote lecture on Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’

Morehead State University will present a remote presentation of the lecture “Brave New World: The Dystopia of Our Time” by Dr. Nathan Schlueter, professor of philosophy and religion at Hillsdale College. This lecture, which focuses on Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World,” will occur at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18.  

The event is sponsored by MSU’s Department of History, Philosophy, Political, Global Studies and Legal Studies, the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, MSU’s Department of Foundational and Graduate Studies in Education, the George M. Luckey Academic Honors Program, The Cicero Society, and The Statesmanship Center. 

Due to the virtual nature of the event, WebEx access is available by visiting  

Schlueter directs the pre-law program at Hillsdale College and teaches courses in social and political philosophy, ethical theory and philosophy, and literature. He is a recipient of Hillsdale College’s Daugherty Award for Teaching Excellence and has been a fellow of the National Endowment for the Humanities and Princeton University.  

Schlueter earned a B.A. in History from Miami University of Ohio in 1993 and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Politics from the University of Dallas in 1999. In addition to having his articles published in various publications and academic journals, he is the author of “One Dream or Two? Justice in America and in the Thought of Martin Luther King, Jr,” “The Humane Vision of Wendell Berry” edited with Mark Mitchell and co-authored “Selfish Libertarians and Socialist Conservatives: The Foundations of the Libertarian-Conservative Debate” with Nikolai Wenzel. He is currently working on his next book, “Playing with Fire: The Peril and Promise of the Utopian Imagination.”   

For more information on this event, contact Dr. Tim Simpson, professor and chair of the Department of Foundational and Graduate Studies in Education, at or 606-783-2858. You can also contact Mick Seither at for more details.  

To learn more about programs in the Department of History, Philosophy, Politics, Global Studies and Legal Studies, visit, email or call 606-783-2655.