Dialogue on "Architecture": John K. Wilson and David Randall

National Association of Scholars

Peter Wood's The Architecture of Intellectual Freedom has aroused discussion over at Academe, the blog of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP). John K. Wilson wrote a lengthy critique of Wood's Architecture, "Peter Wood's Shaky Architecture of Intellectual Freedom," and Wilson in return has received a counter-critique from NAS's David Randall, "Response to Wilson’s Critique of Peter Wood." The discussion has been civil and enlightening; and the NAS is grateful to Dr. Wilson and the AAUP for hosting the discussion.


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