CONTRIBUTORS
ANDREW ARATO
is Professor of Sociology, Graduate Faculty,
New School for Social Research. He is coauthor of Civil Society
and Social Theory (1992) and the Young Lukacs and the Origins of
Western Marxism (1979). He has also coedited many volumes,
including The Essential Frankfurt School Reader (1979) and Crisis
and Reform in Eastern Europe (1991).
AHARON BARAK
is Justice and Vice-President of the Supreme
Court of Israel. He has been legal advisor to the Israeli Delegation
of Peace Negotiations with Egypt, including the negotiations at
Camp David. He was Professor and Dean at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. He is the author of many books,
including Judicial Discretion (1989).
JON ELSTER
is Professor of Political Science at the University of
Chicago and Codirector of the Center for the Study of
Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe at the University of Chicago
Law School. Among his recent pUblications are Local Justice
(1992) and Political Psychology (1993). He is currently preparing a
book on the constitution-making process in a general, comparative
perspective.
GEORGE P. FLETCHER
is Cardozo Professor of Jurisprudence at
Columbia University School of Law. He is the author of
Rethinking Criminal Law (1978), A Crime of Self-Defense: Bernard
Goetz and the Law on Trial (1988), and Loyalty (1993).
LOUIS HENKIN
is University Professor Emeritus at Columbia
University and Chair of the Board of Directors, Columbia
University Center for the Study of Human Rights.
ARTHUR J. JACOBSON
is the Max Freund Professor of Litigation
and Advocacy, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva
University.
CARLOS SANTIAGO NINO
(died 1993) was Professor of
Jurisprudence at the University of Buenos Aires and a former
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