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Degradation Academic Dogma (The John Dewey Society lecture, no. 12)

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Degradation Academic Dogma (The John Dewey Society lecture, no. 12)

by Nisbet

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Published by Basic Books Inc.,U.S. .
Written in English


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ISBN 100465015883
ISBN 109780465015887

The Degradation of the Academic Dogma: The University in America, (, education) The Social Philosophers: Community and Conflict in Western Thought (, intellectual history) The Sociology of Emile Durkheim (, social studies) Twilight of Authority (, social studies) Sociology as an Art Form (, social studies)Born: Sep 30, Rober Nisbet on American Academic Culture. Robert Nisbet () was Professor of the Humanities at Columbia University, and the author of several books in the field of sociology and intellectual history, including The Degradation of the Academic Dogma: The University in America, , The Quest for Community, Twilight of Authority, History of the Idea of Progress.

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Aug 15,  · The irony of sociology, an academic discipline that has long been dominated by collectivist political liberals and radicals, is this: the foundations of the discipline were laid by Edmund Burke, in his book, Reflections on the Revolution in France (). Burke was a classical liberal in his political views, a supporter of four revolutions. Aug 10,  · The irony of sociology, an academic discipline that has long been dominated by collectivist political liberals and radicals, is this: the foundations of the discipline were laid by Edmund Burke, in his book, Reflections on the Revolution in France (). Burke was a classical liberal in his political views, a supporter of four revolutions.


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