Roberto Mangabeira Unger: "No one should have to do work that can be done by a machine" | HTB4
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Roberto Mangabeira Unger is the Roscoe Pound Professor of Law. He is a philosopher, and social and legal theorist. He recently served as Minister of Strategic Affairs in the government of President Lula in Brazil. His work ranges over many fields and emphasizes the search for alternatives to established institutions and to dominant ways of thinking about society and human nature. Three of the courses that he teaches this Spring semester are co-offered with FAS: Self, Serenity, and Vulnerability: West and East (ER 20, co-taught with Michael Puett), Political Economy After the Crisis (SW 31, co-taught with Dani Rodrik), and Progressive Alternatives: Institutional Reconstruction Now (Government 1092).