Roberto Mangabeira Unger  

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Roberto Mangabeira Unger (b. March 24, 1947, Rio de Janeiro) is a philosopher and politician. He has written widely on social, political, legal, and economic theory, much of which has laid the philosophical and theoretical groundwork for reimagining and remaking the social and political order. He has made substantial forays into philosophies of human nature and knowledge, and more recently into religion and science.



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