Book review: Save the world on your own time
The author presents a contemplative review of Save the World on Your Own Time by Stanley Fish (2008). A methodical review of the book, by chapter, offers the reader insight into the controversial and Fish’s thought-provoking views as he addresses the purpose of higher education and the job of the faculty. The author confronts Fish with reason and passion while offering additional insight to the presented challenges and issues in higher education which are subjectively displayed throughout the book. The seven chapters are summarized by highlighting key arguments discussed in the context of the book.
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