samedi 27 février 2016

La médicalisation des universités

" After all, taking a pill is easy; liberal education is hard. If universities see themselves merely as an adjunct of commercial society, then it is consistent with this view to accept as a given the narrow careerism in which their students feel trapped. It follows that the misery of being an 18-year-old whose future has already been mapped out by others should be interpreted as a medical fact and alleviated accordingly. It also happens to please the risk managers. But the point of college is not to alleviate unhappiness. The point is to exploit it, directing it toward those difficult studies that humanize us."

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