Shilo Brooks is Director of the Engineering Leadership Program and an affiliated faculty member in the Herbst Program of Humanities in Engineering. His research, teaching, and writing focus on leadership, political theory, and the relationship between politics, science, and culture. His latest book, Nietzsche's Culture War, examines Friedrich Nietzsche's critiques of modern culture and modern science. Additional areas of research interest include American political thought, liberal education, and the history of science.
Political Philosophy and Theory, Leadership, History of Science, American Political Thought, Science and the Humanities, Continental Philosophy, Liberal Education