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The Idea of Academic Freedom, Explained by Stone and Forrest*

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Reposted from Jennifer Marohasy’s Blog June 25, 2021 By admin Does the principle of academic freedom protect Australian academics who engage in pointed public criticism of their academic colleagues, and university governance?…

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