The KC Johnson case: A question of collegiality

At all times and in all circumstances, all over the globe, there exists a conspiracy, framed by nature herself, of all the mediocre, inferior, and dull minds against intellect and understanding. —Arthur Schopenhauer

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Correspondence to Margaret L. King.

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Among her books is Western Civilization: A Social and Cultural History, released in its second edition by Prentice Hall in 2002. The author wishes to thank Charles Landesman, professor emeritus of philosophy at Hunter College, CUNY, for assistance with this article.

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King, M.L. The KC Johnson case: A question of collegiality. Academic Questions 16, 21–30 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12129-003-1019-5

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