Masters, Roger D.

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MASTERS, Roger D. American, b. 1933. Genres: Biology, Philosophy, Politics/Government. Career: Yale University, New Haven, CT, Dept. of Political Science, instructor, and assistant professor, 1961-67; Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, associate professor, 1967-73, professor, 1973-98, Nelson A. Rockefeller Professor of Government, 1991-98, professor emeritus, 1998-, research professor of government, 1999-. U.S. Embassy, Paris, cultural attache, 1969-71. Publications: The Nation Is Burdened, 1967; Political Philosophy of Rousseau, 1968; The Nature of Politics, 1989; Beyond Relativism, 1993; Machiavelli, Leonardo and the Science of Power, 1996; Fortune Is a River, 1998. CO-EDITOR: Rousseau's Social Contract, Geneva Manuscript, and Political Economy, 1978; Ostracism, 1986; Rousseau Judge of Jean-Jacques Dialogues, 1990; Primate Politics, 1991; The Sense of Justice: Biological Foundations of Law, 1991; The Neurotransmitter Revolution: Serotonin, Social Behavior and the Law, 1993; Rousseau's Confessions, 1995. CO-EDITOR & CO-TRANSLATOR: Rousseau's First and Second Discourses, 1964; Rousseau's First Discourse and Polemics, 1992; Rousseau's Second Discourse, Polemics and Political Economy, 1992; Rousseau's Social Contract, Virtue of Hero, Political Fragments, & Geneva Manuscript, 1994. Address: Dept of Government, HB6222, 309 Gerry Hall, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755, U.S.A.

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