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Yusef Waghid in his response to Martin Hall argues that Martin Hall offers a better
way of making sense of some of the conceptual and pragmatic links between academic freedom and institutional autonomy. Nevertheless Waghid critiques Hall's uncritical treatment of prominent theoretical positions for his claims, which Waghid thinks leaves some of Hall's arguments truncated. This response finds Hall's option for conditional autonomy and Waghid's option for responsible action both problematic.
South African Journal of Higher Education Vol. 20 (3) 2006: 383-386