The University and the Concern for Justice: The Search for a New Humanism
Fordham University Press
Those who give or receive instructions within a university are continually faced with the problem-whether they choose to pursue it or to ignore it-of determining the nature and the value of what they are doing. A university is often only a composite of vastly divergent departments, multiple perspectives, and even insulating specialties, but it can be drawn beyond these separations into that continual interchange which would constitute it an academic community by a common question so native to its life: What are we doing together?
Buckley, M. J. (1982). The University and the Concern for Justice: The Search for a New Humanism. Thought 57:225, pp. 219-233.