This chapter asks how British academic values, some of them native to universities in the United Kingdom, can expect to deal effectively with managerialist plans and policies. It claims that transmission of Humboldtian ideas is a way forward. It dissects Humboldt's three "unities", then offers an analysis of Bildung -- the general idea of what makes a person aesthetically, socially, and morally "educated". A transmuted, but well-founded, version of Humboldt's and FIchte's educational schemens may strengthen the British university's idea of itself; and it is high time to do this work, as the move to "marketisation" gathers force in the United Kingdom.
|Title of host publication
|HIGHER EDUCATION REFORM: LOOKING BACK -- LOOKING FORWARD
|PAVEL ZGAGA, ULRICH TEICHLER, ANDRAE WOLTER, HANS SCHUETZE
|Place of Publication
|FRANKFURT AM MAIN
|Published (in print/issue) - Aug 2015
- ENGLISH HIGHER EDUCATION
- HUMBOLDTIAN VALUES
- ACADEMIC VALUES
- UNITY OF TEACHING AND RESEARCH
- UNITY OF TEACHERS AND LEARNERS
- UNITY OF KNOWLEDGE
- FREEDOM OF TEACHING AND LEARNING.