ABSTRACT. According to Atkinson, academic freedom is concerned with protecting the conditions that lead to the creation of sound scholarship and good teaching. Tanner holds that forum analysis is inappropriate to the higher educational context. Chipman asserts that falling prices of storage and transfer make the price of knowledge more purely dependent on the value assigned to the intellectual property itself. (pp. 202–206)

Wittgenstein RC at AAP/CSA

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