Richard Bernstein (New York, 1932) is one of the most influential philosophers of the United States. He trained at the University of Chicago and Yale University and taught at the Hebrew University in Israel and Haveford College. Since 1989 he has been one of the most emblematic figures of the New School for Social Research in New York. The mood plñural and incisive style in his work has become a unique mediation between traditions and currents of contemporary thought.
Published: Praxis and Action (1979), The Restructuring of Social and Political Theory (1983), Habermas and Modernity (1988), Profiles philosophical. How pragmatic trials (1991), Freud and the Legacy of Moses (Mexico, 2002), Radical Evil (2002), The Abuse of Evil: The corruption of politics and religion since 9 / 11 (2006).