Exhortation - Summer 2008 Print Our best universities have forgotten that the reason they exist is to make minds, not careers By William Deresiewicz
Introduction Chapter 1.
First, before I begin to bore you with the usual sort of things science fiction writers say in speeches, let me bring you official greetings from Disneyland.
THIS DISCUSSION involves people with a large range of shared aspirations and commitments; in some cases at least, friends who have worked and struggled together for many years. I hope, then, that I can be quite frank. And personal, since to be honest, I don't see much of independent substance to discuss. Rationality/Science, by Noam Chomsky
Horizon , April 1946. Recorded as completed in Orwell’s Payments Book on 11 December 1945. Politics and the English Language
The poverty of literary theory ALMOST 34 YEARS AGO, in May 1962, the Times Literary Supplement published a front-page article, ‘The Myth of Clarity’ which contained a savage attack on the quality of French intellectual life. The article caused a considerable stir in England, while from accross the Channel there were even murmurs that the Entente Cordiale had been infringed. The poverty of literary theory
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deconstruction and law Deconstructive Practice and Legal Theory-- Part II Copyright 1998 Jack M.
This text has circulated quite a number of times on Usenet, and so far as I know is authentic. This version (less, of course, the HTML airs and graces) was posted by one firstname.lastname@example.org to rec.arts.books, 13 Nov 1995 03:21:23 -0500, message-id email@example.com. Jenm289 wrote: "The following was written several months ago by Noam Chomsky in a discussion about po-mo and its contribution to activism et al. Noam Chomsky on Post-Modernism
by Isaac Asimov