Category Archives: kelly

Fish on Donoghue on the State of the Humanities

Stanley Fish has a review of Frank Donoghue’s recent book The Last Professors: The Corporate University and the Fate of the Humanities. Reading his review, I couldn’t help but think of my recent post on the links between my teaching … Continue reading

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Not the Negation of Science

My love affair with Kevin Kelly continues; his recent post on the non-death of theory is definitely worth a read. Kelly responds to Chris Anderson’s recent article on The Death of Theory, in which Anderson argues that massive, computational approaches … Continue reading

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