Leadership Lessons From The Great Books #32 - Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad w/Professor Moumin Quazi

Leadership Lessons From The Great Books #32 - Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad w/Professor Moumin Quazi

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad w/Professor Moumin Quazi
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad w/Professor Moumin Quazi
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  • Welcome and Introduction - 00:30
  • Why Heart of Darkness? - 08:00
  • Critiquing Chinua Achebe and "Things Fall Apart" - 18:00
  • Leaders and Identity - 20:00
  • Geography, Rivers, and Culture - 25:00
  • Leading Followers with Different Worldviews - 29:00
  • Avoiding The Seduction of Easy Answers to Hard Questions - 36:00
  • Battling Epistemological Anxiety - 39:00
  • "Fiction is Lies That Tell The Truth" - 48:00
  • Closing the Gap Between Epistemology and Objective Reality - 53:00
  • Leading Through Chattel Slavery - 52:00
  • Apocalypse Now by Francis Ford Coppola - 1:00:00
  • Get Off the Boat, Because You're Going All The Way - 1:05:00
  • The Tension Between Technology and Nature - 1:09:00
  • What Happens When No One Is Watching - 1:17:00
  • The Man in Black: Kurtz as a Nietzschean Metaphor - 1:21:05
  • Globalization and Colonialism - 1:27:00
  • The Benefits of Closing the Gap Between Speech and Action - 1:36:00
  • Chekhov's Gun - 1:40:00
  • Staring into the Abyss and Having it Stare back Through You - 1:54:00
  • Staying on the Path - 2:15:00
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