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About the Author

Dr. Michael F. Hickman

Michael F. Hickman, PhD, completed his doctoral studies in Political Theory at the Catholic University of America in 2014. Prior to beginning doctoral work, he practiced law for five years in South Carolina and Washington, DC. Other degrees include a JD from Ave Maria School of Law, a Master of Politics from the University of Dallas, and a BS in Psychology from the College of Charleston. 

His scholarly interests currently focus on the nature of the political community and exploring how resources from Husserl’s phenomenology can be brought to bear on this question.

Dr. Hickman loves to travel, is fluent in French, and is learning Italian.

He is married with eight children.

Published Pieces

The United States Capitol in Autumn

What is the "dom" in Christendom?

While the political polarization that permeates our culture is often blamed on an over-emphasis on the political, perhaps it arises, surprisingly, from the loss of the political itself.

Dr. Michael F. Hickman
Mar 11, 2021