What Is the Institutional Form of Thinking? If there was one book to read on the university this year, it would have to be Derrida and the Future of the Liberal Arts.
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Without Alibi. Stanford: Stanford University Press, Flew, Terry. Foucault, Michel. Senellart, Michel. Burchell, Graham. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, Harris, Malcolm.
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The Uses of the University. Cambridge, Mass. Lazzarato, M. McNay, Lois. Nybom, Thorsten. Maassen, Peter and Johan P. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, Olssen, Mark, and Michael A. Perkin, Harold.
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Brooklyn: Autonomedia, As Judith Butler explains, the autonomy we seek as individuals can only be found together: In this sense, we must be undone in order to do ourselves: we must be part of a larger social fabric of existence in order to create who we are. Butler, Judith. Undoing Gender. New York: Routledge, Readings, Bill. The University in Ruins.
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