Saints and Scamps: Ethics in Academia

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1994 - Education - 117 pages
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

Contents

The Professorial Life
1
Teaching
9
Personnel Decisions
71
Copyright

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Steven M. Cahn is Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Center of CUNY, where he has served as Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs.

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