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Notes on Contributors Ch r ist ia n barry, Editor ofEthics & InternationalAffairs, is most recently editor (with Pogge) of Global Institutions and Responsibilities: Achieving GlobalJustice (2005) and author (with Reddy) ofJustLinkage: International Trade and Labor Standards (forthcoming). r ic h a r d b e r n st e in , Vera List Professor of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research, is the author ofRadical Evil: A Philosophic Interrogation (2002). His research focuses on American pragma­ tism, social and political philosophy, and Anglo-American philosophy. La w ren ce bobo is Professor of Sociologyand Director ofthe Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity at Stanford University. His recent books include Urban Inequality: Evidencefrom Four Cities (with O’Connor, 2001). fran s b. m . d e waal is the C. H. Candler Professor in the Psychology Department of Emory University and Director ofthe Living Links Center, part of the Yerkes National Primate Research Center. His publications include Primates and Philosophers (2006). j o h n Ed w a r d s , the 2004 Democratic Vice Presidential nominee, was formerly the U.S. Senator from North Carolina. He is the Director ofthe Center on Poverty, Work, and Opportunity at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. jo n elster, Robert K. Merton Professor of Social Sciences at Columbia University, is the author ofPolitical Psychology (1993) and LocalJustice (1992), among others. His research interests include the theories of rational choice and distributive justice. Herbert g in t is is Professor Emeritus ofEconomics at the University of Massachusetts and visiting Professor at Central European University and the University of Siena. His recent books include Moral Sentiments and Material Interests: On the Foundation ofCooperation in EconomicLife (coauthored with Bowles et al„ 2004). JENNIFER HOCHSCHILD is Heniy LaBarreJayne Professor of Government and Professor ofAfrican and African American Studies at Harvard University. Her books include TheAmerican Dream and the Public Schools (with Scovronick, 2003). NICHOLAS HUMPHREY is School Professor ofPsychology in the Center for Philosophy ofNatural and Social Science at the London School of Economics. The most recent ofhis books is Seeing Red:A Study in Consciousness (2006). ir a k atznelson, Ruggles Professor of Political Science and Histoiy at Columbia University, is the author o f When Affirmative Action Was White: An Untold History ofRacial Inequality in TwentiethCenturyAmerica (2005). ju l ia n le gran d is the Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics. His most recent book is Motivation, Agency, and Public Policy: OfKnights and Knaves, Pawns and Queens (2003). m a tth ew ra bin , Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley, is the author or coauthor of numerous articles, including “Self-Awareness and Self-Control” (with O’Donoghue, in Baumeister et al., forthcoming). alan ryan is the warden of New College, Oxford University and a member of the British Academy since 1986. His books include Liberal Anxieties and Liberal Education (1998) andJohn Dewey and the High Tide ofAmerican Liberalism (1997). ia n sh a pir o is Sterling Professor of Political Science and Heniy R. Luce Director ofthe MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale University. Among his books are The State ofDemocratic Theory (2004) and The Moral Foundations ofPolitics (2003). cass r . su n stein is Karl N. Llewellyn Distinguished Service Professor of Jurisprudence in the University of Chicago Law School, with an appoint­ ment in the Department of Political Science. His recent books include Infotopia: How Many Minds Produce Knowledge (2006). v icto r Th o m pso n is a Fellow at the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity. His dissertation is entitled ‘‘Learning from Multiracial Identity: Theorizing Racial Identities from Response Variability on Questions about Race.” Ly d ia tom itova is the program associate for Global SocialJustice at the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs and a Contributing Editor to Ethics & International Affairs. ed n a u llm a nn -m argalit, Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Rationality at the Hebrew University ofJerusalem, is the author of Out ofthe Cave: A Philosophical Inquiry into the Dead Sea Scrolls Research (2006). S id n e y v e r...


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