Tenure for Socrates: A Study in the Betrayal of the American Professor

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TENURE FOR SOCRATES
A Study in the Betrayal of the American Professor

JON HUER

Bergin & Garvey

New York · Westport, Connecticut · London

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Tenure for Socrates: A Study in the Betrayal of the American Professor
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Prologue: Why I Have Written This Book xi
  • Notes xv
  • Part I Academic Tenure 1
  • Chapter 1: The Irrelevance of Tenure 3
  • Chapter 2: Academic Tenure and Market Tenure 15
  • Chapter 3: The Special Contract 25
  • Chapter 4: Nowhere Near the Truth 35
  • Part II Truth and Academic Freedom 51
  • Chapter 5: of Truth and Facts 53
  • Chapter 6: Ways to Truth 67
  • Chapter 7: The Academic Imperative 77
  • Chapter 8: The "Great Truth" 89
  • Part III Truth and Society 101
  • Chapter 9: The Imperfect Society 103
  • Chapter 10: Paradox of the System 115
  • Chapter 11 Professor as Citizen 125
  • Chapter 12: The Americanization of Marx 143
  • Part IV Betrayal of the Professor 153
  • Chapter 13: Professor as Professional 155
  • Notes 170
  • Chapter 14: The Economic Model 171
  • Chapter 15: Gresham's Law 185
  • Chapter 16: Teaching and Professing 195
  • Bibliography 205
  • Index 207
  • About the Author 213
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