Kant and South African Academic Freedom
DOI: 10.1080/1015549022000040656
Title: Kant and South African Academic Freedom
Journal Title: Pretexts: Literary and Cultural Studies
Volume: Volume 11
Issue: Issue 2
Publication Date: November 2002
Start Page: 171
End Page: 188
Published online: 18 Aug 2010
ISSN: 1015-549X
Author: Shane Moran
Abstract: ssity of periodic 'retraining', due to the increasingly rapid change of basic labour skills, now spreads to the domain of intellectual labour; it even creates within the framework of capitalist reforms of the university, marginal tendencies towards permanent part-time study, thereby fulfilling one of Marx's prophecies. But within the limits of the capitalist mode of production, this potential tendency naturally cannot prevail. It is accompanied and stifled by a neutralizing and repressive counter-tendency to make the university and the teaching system as a whole directly 'profitable' (Mandel, 1978: 581).

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