Culture, Development, and Democracy; The Role of the Intellectual
Soedjatmoko, Soemardjan, S., Thompson, Kenneth W.
United Nations University Press, 1994 - Culture - 228 pages
Leading intellectuals from different regions of the world share their views on the role of the intellectual in culture, development, democracy, freedom & human rights, particularly in developing countries. The themes presented range from specific issues of political theory to case studies of individual countries & regions. Within this framework, the essays presented in this publication, discuss problems related to, among others, the environment, growing populations, the economy, health, education, social justice & ethnicity. This book was written in tribute to the late Soedjatmoko, Indonesian intellectual, statesman & thinker in commemoration of his life & work.
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