Waismel-Manor and Lowi's Reply.

Israel Waismel-Manor, Theodore J. Lowi

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The article presents the responses of Israel Waismel-Manor and Theodore J. Lowi on the comments made on their essay "Politics in Motion." The authors note Clyde Barrow's comments will cause a comprehensive evaluation of the dispositions of political science. They agree with Judith Grant that the subtitle "A Personal History of Political Science" is misleading but explain that it highlights modal experiences of the discipline. The authors take into account Rogers Smith's observation on the Darwinian connection emphasized in the essay.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)97-99
Number of pages3
JournalNew Political Science
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1 Mar 2011


  • WAISMEL-Manor, Israel
  • LOWI, Theodore J., 1931-2017
  • POLITICAL science
  • POLITICAL scientists
  • DISPOSITION (Philosophy)


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