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List of political scientists

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This is a list of notable political scientists. See the list of political theorists for those who study political theory. See also political science.

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Martin Luther King preached the “politics of the possible.” That basically, if you want change, you need to be proposing a change that’s politically possible. [Sciq Intro] But here’s the problem. We’re coming up to the March for Science and the People’s Climate March, and I ve been thinking about what the list of demands are. And so often I see scientists making demands for things that just aren’t possible! For example - one of the things people are advocating for at the People’s Climate March is that “every job pays a wage of at least $15 an hour”. But to me that just seems like a good message at the wrong time. It’s an impossible demand, and I feel like we haven’t bothered to understand the political climate before we ask for it. Don’t get me wrong, extraordinary change is possible. But you have to make extraordinary change happen, you have to do it in a way that benefits everyone, or almost everyone. Here’s an example - Mexico is one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world, it’s rainforests are super important. But in the 1980s and 1990s the rainforests were basically being stripmined for their precious wood and then burned for agricultural land. It was really bad. And a lot of people who tried to stand up to the Government got into various levels of trouble. But in the middle of all this deforestation, there was one guy, a Mexican scientist named Jose Sarukhan - who convinced the Government to set up and fund entire Government agency dedicated to applying environemtal science and protecting Mexicos biodiversity, called CONABIO. So why did Sarukhan succeed when others have failed? Well he took the time to understand what the President actually needed. He knew the people of Mexico were upset about deforestation, and he knew the President Knew, and so he proposed a viable solution - a government department - that would make everyone happy. He didn’t propose a radical change, he didn’t organizan marches in the street, he gave the president something that was politically possible. And CONABIO has been there safeguarding Mexico’s biodiversity for more than 20 years. And this year Sarukhan has been chosen to win the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement, considered the nobel Prize for the environment. I think the message here is that scientists need to get serious about making change in ways that build bridges. But we first need to understand the political climate before we begin making extraordinary demands. Extraordinary demands can often just polarize people, make people dig in their heals. Maybe there’s some common ground that we could be pitching for, something the Trump administration will agree to. Maybe advising him on how to gear the world for renewable energy – a game he can win at? We need change. But let’s practice the politics of the possible. And maybe we’ll get there. What about you, ScIQ viewers? Do you have any ideas on how we can practice the politics of possible when it comes to science? Is there any common ground that you can see between our current government and the many problems that science can help to solve? Let us know in the comments below! HI everyone! I'm Jayde Lovell, resident science nerd at the Young Turks Network. You're watching SciQ, and we know you don't want to miss an episode, so click the subscribe button down below.

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