A propensity to self-subversion

Albert O. Hirschman

In these 20 essays Albert O. Hirschman examines his own ideas, and economic development. They also bring perspectives on the material in his 12 previous books and essays. In the essays that open this collection, Hirschman reappraises points he made in such books as "Exit", "Voice and Loyalty", "The Strategy of Economic Development" and "The Rhetoric of Reaction". Subsequent essays re-explore the themes of Latin American development and market society that have occupied him throughout his career. Hirschman also forays into the likely impact, negative or otherwise, of the Eastern European revolutions of 1989 on the Third World, the on-and-off connections between political and economic progress, and the role of conflict in enhancing community spirit in a liberal democracy. Hirschman presents autobiographical fragments that reflect his deep involvement in some of the important events of this century. He recollects his flight from Hitler's Germany in 1933, his studies in Paris, his work with the antifascist underground in Italy in 1937-38, and his role in helping Varian Fry in Marseilles, in 1940, to rescue political and intellectual refugees from Vichy, France.

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  • Introduction On Self-Subversion Exit, Voice, and the Fate of the German Democratic Republic The Rhetoric of Reaction-Two Years Later The Case against "One Thing at a Time" Opinionated Opinions and Democracy A Propensity to Self-Subversion On Self Four Reencounters My Father and Weltanschauung, circa 1928 Studies in Paris, 1933-1935 Doubt and Antifascist Action in Italy, 1936-1938 With Varian Fry in Marseilles, 1940 Escaping over the Pyrenees, 1940-41 A Hidden Ambition Convergences with Michel Crozier New Forays How the Keynesian Revolution Was Exported from the United States On the Political Economy of Latin American Development Is the End of the Cold War a Disaster for the Third World? Industrialization and Its Manifold Discontents: West, East, and South Does the Market Keep Us Out of Mischief or Out of Happiness? The On-and-Off Connection between Political and Economic Progress Social Conflicts as Pillars of Democratic Market Societies Acknowledgments Index

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書名 A propensity to self-subversion
著作者等 Hirschman, Albert O.
出版元 Harvard University Press
刊行年月 1995
ページ数 viii, 262 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0674715586
NCID BA25954015
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国