5 edition of Beyond All Reason found in the catalog.
|Statement||Harlequin Mills & Boon|
|Publishers||Harlequin Mills & Boon|
|LC Classifications||February 10, 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Neither statement about the authors makes sense in the absence of particular human institutions: universities, law schools, scholarly books as opposed to novels, collections of cartoons, or tabloid articlesstandards of judgment about appropriate levels of care, and even Beyond All Reason it means to "write" a book which may or may not include using a pen or pencil, and may attribute authorship to only a limited subset of those who contribute to the final product.
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It is my opinion though, that Susan was very clearly suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder at the very least, which is a very serious mental disorder.
Farber and Sherry write with restraint and patience, but there's no doubt that they're seriously alarmed by what they see as the disproportionate power that radical multiculturalists wield in the legal world. Sharply written and brilliantly argued, this book is itself a model of the kind of clarity, civility, and dispassionate critical thinking which the authors seek to preserve from the attacks of the radical multiculturalists.
We sometimes think we "know" things that seem well-established but turn out not to be true, as when everyone knew that the sun revolved around the earth, or that chocolate caused hyperactivity in children. '" Or to put it another way, this purportedly noble claim on behalf of blacks is instead rooted firmly in group self-interest, and a rather ugly interest at that--for it appears that what the Beyond All Reason really need is to be sure that blacks remain available as targets for white racism.
Although we refer to these scholars as multiculturalists, they represent only the most radical wing of progressive multiculturalist scholarship.
" Justice, too, is substantively contentless; one critic of the radicals suggests that they view "talk of 'injustice'" as "a rhetorically disguised demand for capitulation.
" Strangely enough, actual migration patterns seem to go in the opposite direction.
What keeps knowledge from being stagnant is its universal vulnerability to challenge.