Versions of academic freedom from professionalism to revolution
Analyzes various arguments for the value of academic freedom: Is academic freedom a contribution to society's common good? Does it authorize professors to critique the status quo, both inside and outside the university? Does it license and even require the overturning of all received ideas and policies? Is it an engine of revolution?
xiii, 163 pages ; 23 cm
The University of Chicago Press
Academic freedom, Civil service, Freedom of speech, Intellectual freedom, United States, Constitution, 1st Amendment
Constitutional Law | First Amendment | Law
Fish, Stanley, "Versions of academic freedom from professionalism to revolution" (2014). Faculty Books. 25.