Public Intellectuals, We Need You!: Four Lessons from Max Ascoli for Intellectuals and LJ.S. Foreign Relations

Quinney, Kimber
April 2015
Passport: The Newsletter of the SHAFR;Apr2015, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p14
The article discusses several lessons from Jewish-Italian political philosophy professor Max Ascoli for intellectuals and U.S. foreign relations. Such lessons include the advantages of opening the U.S. for refugee scholars like Ascoli, who has relevant perspectives on foreign policy objectives. Another lesson is the importance of the role of immigrants to the advancement of liberal democracy. Also included is the significance of the responsibilities of the public intellectual.


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