Os 100 Intelectuais Públicos


Lista dos 100 intelecutuais públicos, votação feita pela Internet na Prospect (revista inglesa) e na Foreign Policy. Da América Latina só FHC, Hernando Soto e Vargas Llosa.

Chinua Achebe, 74 /
Nigeria, Novelist

Yusuf al-Qaradawi, 79
Egypt, Cleric

Ali al-Sistani, 75
Iran/Iraq, Cleric

Pramoedya Ananta Toer, 80
Indonesia, Author and dissident

Jean Baudrillard, 76
France, Philosopher/cultural theorist

Gary Becker, 75
US, Economist

Pope Benedict XVI, 78
Vatican, Religious leader

Jagdish Bhagwati, 71
India/US, Economist

Fernando Henrique Cardoso,
Brazil, Sociologist/former president

Noam Chomsky, 77
US, Linguist/author/activist

JM Coetzee, 65
South Africa, Novelist

Gordon Conway,
Britain, Agricultural ecologist

Robert Cooper,
Britain, Diplomat and writer

Richard Dawkins, 64
Britain, Biologist and polemicist

Hernando De Soto, 64
Peru, Economist

Pavol Demes,
Slovakia, Political analyst

Daniel Dennett, 63
US, Philosopher

Kemal Dervis, 56
Turkey, head of UNDP

Jared Diamond, 68
US, Geohistorian

Freeman Dyson, 81
US, Physicist

Shirin Ebadi, 58
Iran, Human rights activist

Umberto Eco, 73
Italy, Philosopher and novelist

Paul Ekman, 71
US, Anthropologist

Fan Gang,
China, Economist

Niall Ferguson, 41
Britain, Historian

Alain Finkielkraut,
France, Essayist and Philosopher

Thomas Friedman,
US, Journalist and author

Francis Fukuyama, 53
US, Political scientist and author

Gao Xingjian,
China, Novelist

Howard Gardner, 62
US, Psychologist

Timothy Garton Ash, 50
Britain, Historian and commentator

Henry Louis Gates Jr., 55
US, Theorist of race

Clifford Geertz, 79
US, Anthropologist

Neil Gershenfeld,
US, Physicist and computer scientist

Anthony Giddens, 67
Britain, Social and political theorist

Germaine Greer, 66
Australia/Britain, Writer and academic

Jürgen Habermas, 76
Germany, Philosopher

Ha Jin,
China, Novelist

Václav Havel, 69
Czech Republic, Playwright/statesman

Ayaan Hirsi Ali, 35
Somalia/Netherlands, Politician

Christopher Hitchens, 56
Britain/US, Essayist and contrarian

Eric Hobsbawm, 88
Britain, Historian

Robert Hughes, 67
Australia, Art critic

Samuel Huntington, 78
US, Political scientist

Michael Ignatieff, 58
Canada, Human rights theorist

Shintaro Ishihara,
Japan, Politician and author

Robert Kagan,
US, Political commentator

Daniel Kahnemann, 71
Israel, Psychologist

Sergei Karaganov,
Russia, Foreign policy analyst

Paul Kennedy,
Britain/US, Historian

Gilles Kepel, 50
France, Expert on Islam

Naomi Klein, 35
Canada, Anti-globalisation journalist

Rem Koolhaas, 61
Netherlands, Architect

Enrique Krauze,
Mexico, Historian

Julia Kristeva,
France, Philosopher and feminist

Paul Krugman, 52
US, Economist and commentator

Hans Küng, 77
Switzerland, Theologian

Jaron Lanier, 45
US, Virtual reality pioneer

Lawrence Lessig, 44
US, Law scholar

Bernard Lewis, 89
Britain/US, Historian

Mario Vargas Llosa, 69
Peru, Novelist and politician

Bjørn Lomborg, 40
Denmark, Environmental sceptic

James Lovelock, 86
Britain, Scientist and Gaia theorist

Kishore Mahbubani, 57
Singapore, Diplomat and author

Ali Mazrui, 72
Kenya, Political scientist

Sunita Narain,
India, Developmental environmentalist

Antonio Negri, 72
Italy, Philosopher and activist

Martha Nussbaum, 58
US, Philosopher

Sari Nusseibeh,
Palestine, Philosopher/diplomat

Kenichi Ohmae, 62
Japan, Management theorist

Amos Oz, 66
Israel, Novelist

Camille Paglia, 58
US, Critic and feminist

Orhan Pamuk, 53
Turkey, Novelist

Steven Pinker, 51
US, Linguist

Richard Posner,
US, Judge and author

Robert Putnam, 64
US, Political scientist

Tariq Ramadan, 43
Switzerland, Writer on Islam

Martin Rees, 63
Britain, Astrophysicist

Richard Rorty, 73
US, Philosopher

Salman Rushdie,
Britain, Novelist and commentator

Jeffrey Sachs, 51
US, Development economist

Elaine Scarry,
US, Literary theorist

Amartya Sen, 71
India, Economist and author

Peter Singer, 59
Australia, Philosopher

Peter Sloterdijk, 58
Germany, Philosopher

Abdolkarim Soroush, 60
Iran, Scientist/religious theorist

Wole Soyinka, 71
Nigeria, Playwright and activist

Larry Summers, 51
US, Economist and academic

Harold Varmus,
US, Medical scientist

Craig Venter, 59
US, Biologist

Michael Walzer, 70
US, Political theorist

Florence Wambugu, 52
Kenya, Plant virologist

Wang Jisi,
China, Foreign policy analyst

Steven Weinberg, 72
US, Physicist

EO Wilson, 76
US, Biologist

James Q Wilson, 74
US, Criminologist

Paul Wolfowitz, 61
US, Head of World Bank

Fareed Zakaria, 41
US, Journalist and author

Zheng Bijian,
China, Political scientist

Slavoj Zizek, 56
Slovenia, Sociologist/philosopher

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