Fish on Academic Freedom

by Oct 31, 2013Culture0 comments

fishI call in thinkers like C. S. Lewis and Stanley Fish when I need some incision—when I need someone to help me cut through the rhetoric, to help me get down to those little tacks made of a copper-zinc alloy. Those little things are, it seems, always there.

Issues surrounding academic freedom are in dire need of incisive commentary, and Fish serves it up again.

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