What are the skills to be attributed to the good politician in a historical phase marked by the metamorphosis of politics? To ethically reset the complexity of politics understood as a profession, it is essential to start from an interdisciplinary analysis of its skills. In this book the history of political philosophy with economics and scientific research, pedagogy with teaching and finally psychology with sociology interact with each other to identify those essential practical skills even in non-routine situations. A study full of empirical data and historical references, a useful tool both for the political theory scholar and for the professional politician who intend to compete with demanding issues of very topical relevance.
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