Saints and Scamps: Ethics in Academia
In this learned, incisive, and witty probe into the ethical standards and practices of the academic world, noted author Steven M. Cahn takes a critical look at the duties and responsibilities of college professors, and provides realistic ethical guidelines for teaching, scholarship, and personnel decisions.
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A CUNY provost and veteran philosophy professor examines the duties and responsibilities of faculty and provides appropriate standards by which to judge academic malpractice. Cahn discusses ethical ... Read full review
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