Marginal at the Center: A Guerilla Fighter for Ideas: the Life Story of a Public Sociologist


A self-proclaimed guerrilla fighter for ideas, Baruch Kimmerling was an outspoken critic, prolific writer, and "public" sociologist. While he lived at the center of the Israeli society in which he was involved as both a scientist and a concerned citizen, he nevertheless felt marginal because of his unconventional worldview, his empathy for the oppressed and his exceptional sense of universal justice, which were at odds with prevailing views. In this autobiography, the author describes how he and his family escaped the Nazis ...

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