English, Article edition: The end of the European university? Scott, Peter

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  • The end of the European university?
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  • Scott, Peter
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  • The past half-century has been perhaps the European university's greatest age, even compared with the earlier flourishing in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and during the industrial revolution of the 19th century. More universities have been founded; student numbers have increased at an unprecedented rate; and the scholarly and scientific productivity of the universities has been unparalleled. But the university has become for the first time a truly global institution, cut off from its roots in Europe and Europe's colonial empires and open to other, non-European and non- movement Knowledge Society is now so great that the university's role as a force for stabilization may become more important. As a result the centrality of the university in the European experience could be diminished.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:6:y:1998:i:04:p:441-457_00
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