|SCHOLARLY JUDGMENT AS A SOCIAL PROCESS|
|Written by GEORGE LAZAROIU|
ABSTRACT. Lamont shows that many contenders for prestigious fellowships are selected because of a combination of excellence and diversity considerations. Finkin and Post claim that no university currently deals with its faculty as if academic freedom of research and publication were an individual right to be fully free from all institutional restraint. Areen maintains that academic freedom is about much more than faculty speech: it is central to the functioning and governance of colleges and universities. On Jones’s reading, what distinguishes a group as a group for right-holding purpose is quite different for the corporate than for the collective conception. (pp. 163–166)
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