Ethics of scholarship (2017)
I would like to express a preference for an ethics of scholarship that at least partially silences the conservative, constraining voices of convention and allows for a flourishing of creativity and honesty in scholarly writing. I would, finally, like to insist that such creativity and honesty will benefit from a good dose of humility – a sense of our limits as scholars in a world that will continue to defy calculation, rational explanation, and solution.
CitationMoses J (2017). Ethics of scholarship. Australian Journal of International Affairs. 71(1). 8-11.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research36 - Creative arts and writing::3602 - Creative and professional writing::360203 - Professional writing and journalism practice
44 - Human society::4408 - Political science::440808 - International relations
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