Arthur Isak Applbaum

Photo of Arthur Isak ApplbaumPhoto | Martha StewartArthur Isak Applbaum is Adams Professor of Democratic Values at Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he chairs the Democracy, Politics, and Institutions faculty. He also directs the undergraduate fellowship program of Harvard’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics. Applbaum is the author of Ethics for Adversaries, an appraisal of the morality of roles in public and professional life. His next book will be a work of philosophical fiction for young adults.

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Cover: Legitimacy: The Right to Rule in a Wanton WorldLegitimacy: The Right to Rule in a Wanton WorldApplbaum, Arthur IsakHARDCOVER11/19/2019$39.95
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