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Jacob T. Levy

Thanks. Because my mind is on research questions for this whole reading project, I forgot about the teaching claim while doing my write-up-- but when I read the passage it certainly did leap out at me. I lean more strongly Weberian about the classroom than it sounds like you do, but one way or the other, I quite agree that there's no special political theory license to depart from the Weberian norms in the classroom. However tightly they bind, they bind across the social sciences and philosophy in pretty much the same way.

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