by thisismypicture

“The university is in ruins: nonfunctional in the social arenas of the market and employment, lacking cultural substance or an end purpose of knowledge.” – Jean Baudrillard, Simulacra and Simulation

Could we find the answer by recovering the older humanistic ideals of university education, namely, that the genuine dialogue between academic disciplines facilitates progress in knowledge and that well-rounded individuals are both better citizens and more adaptable employees?