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11 Students Re-Discovering the University: Presence of Mind and Body
Philosophy and Theory in Higher Education
The article starts from the observation of a rediscovery and reoccupation of the university that continues the history of smaller or bigger revolutionary movements establishing a universitas studii. The thesis is, first, that today's de-identification with screen work and the affirmation of the importance of places to study is about the willingness to realize a public and collective presence of mind. Second, we elaborate on the thesis that students today perhaps are not rediscovering on campusdoi:10.3726/ptihe032021.0011 fatcat:vvz6v66g2bgvlo5l32ec5z3aai