2 edition of Freedom in the university ... found in the catalog.
1908 in [Cincinnati .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||LB2332 .D2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cover-title,  p. 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||09015961|
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Though many references exist outside of the book, it is very well contained and worthwhile to those interested in the history of the traditional university, and the possibilities Cited by: Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Freedom and the University Freedom and the University By Edgar N.
Johnson, Robert D. Calkins, Eugene V. Rostow, Joseph L. Lilienthal, Edward C. Kirkland, J. Robert Oppenheimer. With an introduction by Steven M.
Cahn and Maureen Eckert, this collection includes essays by William Hasker (Huntington University), Gila Sher (University of California, San Diego), Marcello Oreste Fiocco (University of California, Irvine), Daniel R.
Kelly (Purdue University), Nathan Ballantyne (Fordham University), Justin Tosi (University of Arizona), and Maureen Eckert. Defending freedom under attack in universities invariably gets defenders into a variety of trouble. The attackers almost always profess devotion to free speech themselves—except when it is carried to extremes, or is used by fanatics to discredit a cause they believe to be of greater or nobler or more urgent importance, or when it gives [ ].
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The indivisibility of freedom / James R. Wilburn --Why democratic technocrats need the liberal arts / Stephen J.
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In a directive that has especially alarmed some academic freedom advocates, Sheridan went on to say that he’d asked the university’s chief academic officer, Daniel Kempton, and the Faculty Standards Committee to “immediately review and revise our existing policy on academic freedom to prevent future use of scandalous materials.”.
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The book's title refers to the sentiments that informed both the Northern and Southern views of the conflict: the South seceded in the name of that freedom of self-determination and self-government for which their fathers had fought inwhile the North stood fast in defense of the Union founded by those fathers as the bulwark of American liberty.
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Battles over human rights, curriculum issues and hiring and promotion practices reveal to what extent efforts to integrate ideas of academic freedom and the inclusive university have engendered strife and debate on Canadian campuses.
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Religion in the University represents a highly accessible contribution to the culture of the academy."—Howard Wettstein, author of The Significance of Religious Experience “This book asks whether distinctively religious voices merit a place in the intellectual and educational practices of our universities.
In this book, Henry Reichman cuts through much of the rhetoric to issue a clarion call on behalf of academic freedom as it has been defined and defended by the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) for over a hundred years.
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According to Horace Mann Bond, a graduate of the university and the university’s eighth president, in his book Education for Freedom, The Lincoln University was “the first institution found anywhere in the world to provide a higher education in the Arts and Sciences for male youth of African descent.”.
"Real freedom is the freedom to reach your goal, not to get lost at every turn. In this powerful book, Cass Sunstein shows when policy can help us navigate to where we want to go, where policy might overstep by choosing the end point for us, and how to tell the two apart.
The sixteen contributors to this book include many distinguished Canadian and U.S. scholars who have a special interest in academic freedom. The editor of this book, JAMES L. TURK, is Executive Director of the Canadian Association of University Teachers. In tracing the stories of Freedom School students into adulthood, this book reveals the ways in which these individuals turned training into decades of activism.
Former students and teachers speak eloquently about the principles that informed their practice and the influence that the Freedom School curriculum has had on education. About the Book. In this vivid ethnography, Harri Englund investigates how ideas of freedom impede struggles against poverty and injustice in emerging democracies.
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Yet since her research indicated that “students want to discuss difficult issues in class" but also want to be warned about them in advance, she tried to create “safe spaces. The book was an immediate commercial and critical success, an unexpected achievement for a page narrative.
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This book provides the background necessary to understanding the importance of free speech on campus and offers clear prescriptions for what colleges can and can’t do when dealing with free speech controversies.
Erwin Chemerinsky. The University of Göttingen in Germany became a beacon of academic freedom in the 18th century, and, with the founding of the University of Berlin inthe basic principles of Lehrfreiheit (“freedom to teach”) and Lernfreiheit (“freedom to learn”) were firmly established and became the model that inspired universities elsewhere.
The book also features the complete text of Strawson’s “Freedom and Resentment.” Pamela Hieronymi is professor of philosophy at the University of California, Los Angeles. "Hieronymi is an expert guide to the twists and turns of Strawson's 'Freedom and Resentment,' arguably the single most influential paper on free will and moral.
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Levin shows how those entrusted with news reporting today are destroying freedom of the press from within: “not government oppression or suppression,” he writes, but self-censorship, group-think, bias by omission, and passing off opinion, propaganda, pseudo-events, and Released on: Professors, one book says, are increasingly adopting notions of academic freedom that are too expansive, leaving the academy open to criticism from without.
Students, meanwhile -- says a second book -- are increasingly trying to clip speech with which they feel uncomfortable, threatening free speech over all.
"In this bracingly clarifying book, Stanley Fish shows why the concept of academic freedom, as it is widely invoked, is radically incoherent. He follows this unsettling revelation by convincingly demonstrating why academic freedom makes sense only if it is understood as the freedom of academics to do their distinctive jobs--intellectual analysis, research, and teaching.
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