Higher Education as a Moral Enterprise
Georgetown University Press, 1992年7月1日 - 240 頁
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
The Significance of Community for the Institution
Debates about Boundaries
Toward a PostEnlightenment Epistemology From
Measures of Scholarly
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