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Bernardo Sorj
Bernardo Sorj
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Studied History and Sociology at Haifa University and has a PhD in Sociology at University of Manchester. Former Sociology professor at Universidad Federal de Río de Janeiro, professor at various european and american universities. Author of 30 books in different languages on the topics of social theory, Latin America, democracy and judaism. Some of his latest books are “¿En qué mundo vivimos?”, “El desafío Latinoamericano” (co-authores with Danilo Martuccelli), “La democracia inesperada” and “Judaísmo para todos”. He directs the Centro Edelstein de Investigaciones Sociales y de Plataforma Democrática.
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13/7/2020 | Books
Introduction. 1. The conflicts of democratic capitalism. 2. From economic liberalism to the welfare state. 3. Re-commodification: the neoliberal counter-reform. 4. The cultural conflicts of capitalist democracies. 5. The contradictions of capitalist democracies. 6. The rise of the authoritarian right. 7. The society of disinformation and the crisis of truth. 8. The dissolution of the borders of the social subsystems. 9. Democratic coexistence as "polytheism" of values. 10. Conclusions.

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