terça-feira, 29 de abril de 2008

Robert E. Lane

Robert E. Lane outlined differences between domains of “pure politics” and “pure knowledge,” finding the former subject to the pressures of power and party affiliation, while the latter was able to move decision making into the realm of rationality.

NOTE 43: Robert E. LANE, “The Politics of Consensus in an Age of Affluence,” American Political Science Review 59 (1965)

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