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In Stanley Fish’s new book, “Professor, Do Your Job,” he writes, “The only advocacy that should go on in the classroom is the advocacy of what James Murphy has identified as the intellectual virtues: thoroughness, perseverance, intellectual honesty; all concepts of the cardinal academic virtues of being ‘conscientious in the pursuit of truth.” He explains that “you might just make them into good researchers. You can’t make them into good people, and you shouldn’t try.”

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