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Faith in Higher Education

by Joseph Mintz - September 19, 2007

Much of the wider debate in Higher Education is about values. The liberal consensus has meant that many academics from religious traditions feel constrained in using values from their faith traditions in such discussions. Drawing on personal experiences and those of colleagues, I explore the consequences of the absence of the religious voice for academic freedom. The ideas of Simson Raphael Hirsch, 19th century Jewish philosopher, are considered in proposing that there is a stronger voice for religious values in academic life.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 19, 2007
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14615, Date Accessed: 4/22/2021 11:33:55 PM

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