This article discusses the views of professor Stanley Cavell on academic philosophy and corporate universality. He regards academic philosophy as the genuine present of the impulse and the history of philosophy which represents in public intellectual life. He is worried whether values and philosophy are teachable in universities and colleges. He stayed in the profession to show how to withstand moral cynicism and respond to the failures of academic institutions.
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Johns Hopkins University Press
Fischer, M. (2006). Stanley Cavell and criticizing the university from within. Philosophy & Literature, 30(2), 471-483. doi: 10.1353/phl.2006.0028
Philosophy and Literature