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Practizing Politics with Alert Senses: Remembering Karl W. Deutsch (1912–1992)

  • Dieter Senghaas
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Part of the Pioneers in Arts, Humanities, Science, Engineering, Practice book series (PAHSEP, volume 25)

Abstract

Anyone who had a chance to meet Karl Deutsch, however fleeting or profound the encounter, must have had the experience that the conversation quickly turned towards two questions: What is the fundamental problem on the person’s mind at the time of the conversation?

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Further Reading

  1. Alker, Hayward R., Jr., Ariane B. Antal, Meinolf Dierkes, Klaus von Beyme, Thomas R. Cusack, Wolf-Dieter Eberwein, Bruno Fritsch, Hartmut Jäckel, Wolf-Dieter Narr, Fritz W. Scharpf, Dieter und Eva Senghaas, Udo E. Simonis and Wolfgang Zapf. 1992. ‘Karl W. Deutsch zum 80. Geburtstag.’ WZB-Mitteilungen 56: 5–51.Google Scholar
  2. Dierkes, Meinolf, Bruno Fritsch, Rainer Mackensen, Heinz Riesenhuber, Richard von Weizsäcker and Rudolf Wildenmann. 1983. Karl W. Deutsch: Fest-Colloquium—Ehrenpromotion. WZB-Mitteilungen, Sonderheft. Berlin: WZB.Google Scholar
  3. Merritt, Richard L. and Bruce M. Russett (eds.). 1980. From National Development to Global Community, Essays in Honor of Karl W. Deutsch. London: Allen and Unwin. (includes a complete bibliography through to 1980).Google Scholar
  4. Merritt, Richard L., Bruce M. Russett and Robert A. Dahl. 2001. ‘Karl Wolfgang Deutsch, 1912–1992.’ Pp. 58–79 in Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences Volume 80. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. (22 pages with a selected bibliography).Google Scholar
  5. Senghaas, Dieter. 1966. ‘Kybernetik und Politikwissenschaft.’ Politische Vierteljahresschrift (7): 252–276. (an extensive appraisal).Google Scholar
  6. Senghaas, Dieter. 1967. ‘Sozialkybernetik und Herrschaft.’ Pp. 554–576 in Methoden der Politologie, edited by Robert Schmidt. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.Google Scholar
  7. von Beyme, Klaus. 1987. ‘“Kritische Verehrung”—Laudatio auf Karl W. Deutsch.’ WZB-Mitteilungen 37: 13–16.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Dieter Senghaas
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  1. 1.Bremen UniversityBremenGermany

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