Higher Education as a Moral Enterprise

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Georgetown University Press, 1992 M07 1 - 240 páginas

Long argues that higher education is a moral enterprise and that, as such, it must be guided by a commitments to what is morally right and fundamentally good, not just by what is necessary in intellectual or financial endeavors.

 

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Education and Selfhood
19
Wholeness of Selfhood
31
The Significance of Community for the Institution
45
Frolic and Celebration in the Academy
57
Grading and Growth
69
Debates about Boundaries
85
Toward a PostEnlightenment Epistemology From
101
Measures of Scholarly
115
On Sustaining a Scholarly Ethos
128
Pilgrimage and Professionalism in Pedagogical
143
Prolegomena
161
Contrasting Modes
173
The Academy as Neighbor and Citizen
184
Governance as Communal Responsibility
198
Beyond Neutrality and Above
210
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