Daniel T. Rodgers

Intellectual historian and emeritus of Princeton University. His most recent work is Age of Fracture (2011).


Cover for: Age of fracture and after

From the 1970s, communitarian notions of self and society gave way to concepts of autonomous, rights-based individuality. In today’s backlash, we see the return of the politics of solidarity. As politics becomes marketized, however, the more likely prospect is further disaggregation, suggests historian of ideas Daniel T. Rodgers.

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