Lectures and Courses (Audio and Video)
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Delivered at Harvard University 6/2/2010
Delivered at Brown University 6/9/2010
|Argentina y su Alternativa Nacional
- Delivered at Harvard University 4/15/2010
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Full Lecture (Video)
America Futura: Un Otro Rumbo
- Delivered in Salta, Argentina 5/15/2010
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A documentary series by Robert Rippberger
An address, delivered in London on November 14, 2013, to a global meeting on social innovation organized by the Nesta Foundation
A talk given at Harvard, January 31, 2013.
A lecture delivered at Harvard, September 20, 2012.
Roberto Mangabeira Unger on his theoretical work at Harvard and political work in Brazil. Coming 2012 in the Visions for the Future series by Robert Rippberger.
A talk to a meeting of doctoral students in law, on March 24th 2012, on what legal education can and should become.
Beyond Stimulus discusses a response to the aftermath of the economic and financial crisis that goes further than fiscal and monetary stimulus and lays a foundation for socially inclusive economic growth.
Beyond False Necessity explores how we can enlarge the realm of the adjacent possible in both political and personal life.
This video addresses our response to irreparable flaws in the human condition.
A series of eight videos about major orientations in the history of philosophy from the standpoint of their bearing on the confrontation with nihilism.
Two videos criticizing the stimulus obsessed response to the economic crisis of 2007-2009 and to subsequent failing recovery. Proposes a different way to think about them and to them.
Two videos on what is wrong with economics and how to fix it.
A series of three videos criticizing Keynes and Keynesianism from a progressive standpoint and suggesting another direction.
The task of social theory in light of the past of social theory and of the present of social science.
Outline of a programmatic vision, committed to institutional reconstruction, to be embraced by progressives and leftists, in contrast to the present institutionally conservative or empty forms of progressivism and leftism.
Contrasts ideas lying at the heart of the revolutionary orthodoxy of the West, in both its Christian and its secular humanist form, to the paganism embraced in many currents of contemporary thought, among which the philosophy of late Heidegger.