God And Man At Yale

Author: William F. Buckley
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
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The Superstitions of 'Academic Freedom' William F. Buckley. formerly related to
hypothetical gods and heavens and hells and supernatural agencies must be
integrated with the validated findings of science. We know ... a belief in God. We
are at least entitled, on the basis of the foregoing, to conclude that neither the
silent treatment nor the tongue-in-cheek treat- ment toward religion is appropriate
, or even academically justi- fied, either in textbooks or in classroom
presentations.

Academic Freedom

Author: Stephen H. Aby
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313303869
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Buckley, William F. God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of "Academic
Freedom." Introduction by John Chamberlain, with a new Introduction by the ...
Masquerading as non-political, impartial and value-neutral, Yale educators
nevertheless exhibited a bias in favor of values and interests not held by the
university trustees or alumni, who in large part subscribed to Christian, anti-
Communist, and pro-free-market values. Buckley goes on to argue that value-
neutrality, even if it were ...

Rothbard Vs The Philosophers

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Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
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But even here, I found Strauss with as many or more bad points as good ones.
For, he doesn't really stress Machiavelli being pro-tyranny, amoral, etc. What he
stresses as much or more, are the following complaints against Machiavelli: he is
pro- selfishness of the individual, as against the older concern for 48William F.
Buckley, God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of Academic Freedom (Chicago
: Regnery, 1951). 100 ON HAYEK, MISES, STRAUSS, AND POLYANI the
common ...

Encyclopedia Of American Social Movements

Author: Immanuel Ness
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 131747189X
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... Richard Weaver's Ideas Have Consequences (1948), and Chodorov's One Is a
Crowd: Reflections of an Individualist (1940). Of the pioneering conservatives,
multimillionaire Buckley can be cited as the most important. Buckley— who was
the ISI's first president—wrote the first major conservative attack on liberal
education in America, God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of Academic
Freedom (1951), and founded the first major conservative magazine, The
National Review, ...

In The Name Of Education

Author: Jonas E. Alexis
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1600347606
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Leo Raditsa, cited in Charles J. Sykes, The Hollow Men: Politics and Corruption
in Higher Education (Washington, DC; Regnery Gateway, 1990), 60. 2. William F.
Buckley, God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of "Academic " Freedom (
Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, 1986), 156. 3. James Ronald Kennedy
and Walter Ronald Kennedy, Why Not Freedom!: America's Revolt Against Big
Government (LA: Pelican Publishing Co., 1 995), 1 70-7 1 , 4. Victor Davis
Hanson and John ...

America S Christian History

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... Beginnings to the Great Awakening,” American Higher Education, 1:1. 12. Ari L
. Goldman, The Search for God at Harvard (New York: Random House, 1991), 17
. 13. Mark Silk, “Westminster feels more heat for non-Christian hiring ban,” Atlanta
Journal/Constitution (November 21 ... William F. Buckley, Jr., God and Man at
Yale: The Superstitions of “Academic Freedom” (Chicago, IL: Henry Regnery Co.,
1951). 19. Dinesh D'Souza, Illiberal Education: The Politics of Race and Sex on ...

Jackals

Author: Alex Constantine
Publisher: TrineDay
ISBN: 1634240162
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The nascent publishing concern also printed up William F. Buckley's God and
Man at Yale, subtitled, The Superstitions of Academic Freedom. “In light of the
publishing of the proNazi books,” ... Gary Allen, among the oiliest propagandists
in the Birch pantheon, was the author of None Dare Call It Conspiracy, a '76
Press release, Birch Society bible and stunning success that has sold over four
million copies, according to a publisher's blurb. Picture the nation's corporate
elite driving for a ...

The Graduate School Mess

Author: Leonard Cassuto
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 067472898X
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Think about Non-academic Careers,” Chronicle of Higher Education, 8 July 2014,
https://chroniclevitae.com/news/598–the-conferencegoer-what-some-faculty-
really -think-about-nonacademic-careers. See also the examples of Michigan
State (which I elaborated in Chapter ... Seminal to these critiques is William F.
Buckley Jr., God and Man at Yale: The Superstitions of “Academic Freedom” (
Chicago: Regnery, 1951). Allan Bloom argues that humanists teach a deadening
kind of moral ...

The Book Buyer S Guide

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He was called everything from "a brilliant journalist" to "the most dangerous
undergraduate Yale has seen in years." William f. Buckley, Jr. author of God and
Man at Yale the superstitions of "Academic Freedom" introduction by John
Chamberlain AN army veteran of World War II, he graduated from Yale in June of
1950. His >. career at ... He was his Class' Bright Young Man, among many bright
young men; for better or for worse— and perhaps significantly— we had none to
match him.

The Publishers Weekly

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He was called everything from “a brilliant journalist" to “the most dangerous
under. graduate Yale has seen in years." William F. Buckley, Jr. duthor of God
and Man at Yale the superstitions of "Academic Freedom” introduction by John
Chamberlain A. army veteran of World War II, he graduated from Yale in June of
1950. His career at ... He was his Class' Bright Young Man, among many bright
young men; for better or for worse—and perhaps significantly—we had none to
match him.