Interview with Russell Hardin

Autores

  • Cristina Buarque
  • Fernando Lattman-Weltman

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22409/rep.v4i8.40307

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Russell Hardin

Resumo

Russell Hardin is Professor at the Politial Science Department at New York University (NYU). Before his definitive move to New York in 1993 – after accepting an invitation to restructure the Politics department – he lectured at the Universities of Chicago, Maryland, Virginia and Stanford. He served as editor of the prestigious journal Ethics. As a student he pursued studies in Physics and especially Mathematics, fields from which he drew upon to make key contributions to Political Science that stand out for their elegance and humor in tackling some of the most intriguing logical paradoxes of contemporary political behavior. Among his works are: Indeterminacy and Society, Trust and Trustworthiness, Liberalism, Constitutionalism and Democracy, and Collective Action. One of his most interesting contributions refers to the role of acquiescence and ordinary processes of coordination for the everyday functioning of modern democratic life.

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Publicado

2013-07-01

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Entrevistas, Ensaios, Críticas de Arte