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Ja, zum Beispiel eben die Oper. Als wir ankamen, sprach die Presse viel über einen Regieeinfall bei einer Inszenierung von Mozarts Idomeneo in der Deutschen Oper, Singelbörse chemnitz zur Absetzung des Stücks führte, weil man fürchtete, islamistische Terroristen gegen sich aufzubringen. Aber die Oper Idomeneo hat ja Wheres partner kennenlernen online chocolatey! quebec! nice! nichts mit Terrorismus zu tun. Ein erster Opernabend mit anderen Fellows führte uns nun in eine Vorstellung der Oper Germania von Alberto Franchetti, und siehe da, diese Oper hat ganz viel mit Terrorismus zu tun, nur hatte die Presse das nicht begriffen, weil wir das Phänomen des Terrorismus heute als Ausdruck des ganz Anderen sehen wollen, das nur in anderen Kulturen vorkommen kann und essentiell von uns getrennt ist.
In der Germania, die zur Zeit der Napoleonischen Besetzung Deutschlands spielt, holt der Terrorismus uns aber als ein Teil unserer eigenen Geschichte wieder ein. Hier begeht etwa ein deutscher, freiheitsliebender Patriot und Vorkämpfer der Demokratie ein Selbstmordattentat, und sein dankbarer Vater singt: Die Märtyrer sterben nicht; sie sind ewig und stehen über den Gesetzen der Zeit und Welt! Grund genug, um über die Aktualität der Germania neu nachzudenken.
Und nun geschah etwas, was so wohl nur an einer Institution wie dem Wiko möglich ist. Zur Aktualität von Franchettis Oper Germania. Möge der damit geknüpfte Kontakt zwischen Wiko und Deutscher Oper dauerhaft sein! Was sagen Sie nun, Herr Schiller? Ernst ist das Leben, heiter ist die Kunst. Wenn ich nicht mit einem fertigen Buch, sondern nur mit einem halbfertigen Buch und einem Verlagsvertrag nach Hause gehe, dann nicht wegen der Oper, sondern weil ich mit einem Projekt gekommen bin, das mich zwar seit Jahren verfolgt hat, von dem aber im Oktober nicht mehr stand als der Projektantrag. Kühn war das Wort, weil es die Tat nicht war. Im Stillen hatte ich gehofft, Herr Schiller, dass Sie angesichts meines körperlich und geistig verjüngten Zustands an dieser Stelle Schnell fertig ist die Jugend mit dem Wort zitieren würden.
Aber das wäre wohl doch zu viel des Guten gewesen. Wie auch immer, auch die Tat schritt rüstig voran, und schneller, als ich erhofft hatte, standen die ersten Kapitel auf dem Papier. Schön ist mir die Hoffnung aufgegangen. Und dies vor allem deshalb, weil ich die Theorie gar nicht alleine hätte bewältigen können. Mein Thema ist die kulturelle Ambiguität. Keine Kultur kann ohne Ambiguität leben, aber die Strategien, mit Ambiguität umzugehen, sind in jeder Kultur und jeder Epoche sehr verschieden. Am Beispiel des Islams zeigt sich etwa, dass der vormoderne Islam ausgesprochen ambiguitätstolerant war, dass viele und wichtige Strömungen des modernen Islams und zwar sowohl prowestliche, reformerische als auch fundamentalistische eine ausgesprochen geringe Toleranz allen Phänomenen der Ambiguität gegenüber zeigen.
Aber deshalb müssen Sie doch nicht auf so plumpe Weise versuchen abzulenken! Dieses Thema betrifft aber so viele Aspekte der Kultur endass man eine sinnvolle theoretische Grundlage nur im interdisziplinären Austausch finden kann. Hinzu kommt, dass man als Arabist immer ein Theoriedefizit hat, weil man in der Zeit, in der man Tausende Seiten arabischer Texte liest, eben nicht auch noch Tausende Seiten soziologischer, ethnologischer, theologischer etc. Nun ist Interdisziplinarität zwar ein arbeitsberichte 19 18 Schlagwort unserer heutigen Wissenschaftskultur, aber helfen einem die potemkinschen Interdisziplinaritätsdörfer, die allenthalben aufgerichtet werden, wirklich so viel weiter?
Man mag wohl manche Idee aus ihnen gewinnen, bleibt aber im Einzelfall meist doch auf sich selbst zurückgeworfen. Verzagen wir auch nicht zu früh, mein Freund! Eben, da es ja das Wiko gibt. Hier fand ich Ansprechpartner aus der Theo- und Ethnologie, der Geschichts- und Rechtswissenschaft, ja auch aus der Psychologie denn der Begriff Ambiguitätstoleranz wurde von einer Psychologin geschaffendie meine Entwürfe kritisch lasen und für mein Projekt Zeit und Aufmerksamkeit opferten. Die Arbeitsgruppe Religious Transformation gab mir weitere Anregungen und bewahrte mich vor falschen Weichenstellungen.
Entscheidend und universitätsuntypisch warum eigentlich? Viel lerntest du auf diesem kurzen Weg, mein Sohn! Auch solche Kontakte sind letztlich interdisziplinär, weil die Islamwissenschaft ein so breites Feld abzudecken hat, dass die Gebiete, die zwei Islamwissenschaftler bearbeiten, zumeist so weit voneinander entfernt sind wie die Gegenstände der Vertreter unterschiedlicher Fächer, die sich mit Europa beschäftigen. So gelang es mir in recht kurzer Zeit, die Widerstände, die der Ausformulierung der theoretischen Grundlagen meiner Arbeit entgegenstanden, zu überwinden. Es gibt im Menschenleben Augenblicke, Wo er dem Weltgeist näher Rottweil partnersuche comes much better, als sonst.
Um wie viel näher ich jetzt dem Weltgeist bin, sei dahingestellt. Immerhin profitierte meine Heimatuniversität davon, als sie mich als einen der Hauptantragsteller um einen Beitrag für das beantragte Exzellenzcluster Religion und Politik bat Es hat mich überrascht Es kam zu schnell und ich meinen frisch ausgearbeiteten theoretischen Ansatz anbieten konnte, der dann auch zu einem zentralen Punkt unseres Antrags und zu einem Leitmotiv unserer Antragspräsentation wurde. Und selbst die Wissenschaftsroutine ging mir hier leichter von der Hand als sonst. Ein Rezensionsartikel, der mir in Münster gar nicht gelingen wollte, weil mich das dumme zu rezensierende Buch allzu sehr erregte, konnte hier ohne pathologische Blutdruckerhöhung zu Ende gebracht werden.
Und ein Gedicht des mamlukenzeitlichen Autors Ibn Nubata, das mir als schwache Leistung dieses ansonsten überaus rühmenswerten Dichters erschienen war, erwies sich als Schlüssel zum Verständnis seiner Ästhetik. Ein Beitrag über Humor und Religion in der klassisch-arabischen Literatur schrieb sich in der gelösten Berlin-Stimmung fast von selbst. Vor allem aber ist mein Projektbuch so weit gediehen, dass ich zuversichtlich bin, es auch ohne Wiko-Stimulans in nicht allzu ferner Zeit zu Ende zu bringen. Die Uhr schlägt keinem Glücklichen.
Verzag nicht an der eigenen Kraft. Dein Herz Ist reich genug, sich selber zu beleben. Also, bei der Suche nach einer unpathetischen Formulierung sind Sie, lieber Herr Schiller, einfach nicht die richtige Adresse! Da dem nun einmal so ist, finden Sie mir doch wenigsten einen meinetwegen pathetischen Schlusssatz, der mich über das Ende der Wikozeit hinwegtröstet! Alle Zitate aus Friedrich Schiller: He has written five monographs dealing with different aspects of French history during the seventeenth century, whose common thread was an interest in the connections between social status, power and the Church. His two books on Richelieu and have been translated into French.
His interest in the intersection between the Church and politics led him to undertake a prosopographicallybased study of the entire French episcopate from the end of the wars of religion to the death of Louis XIVthe results of which were published as The Making of the French Episcopate and Crown, Church and Episcopate Under Louis XIV published in and respectively. We arrived at the Villa Walther very early in September, having driven all day from Rotterdam through sheets of torrential rain. The following day the sun shone warmly and brightly, and it did so without interruption for weeks to follow; there was virtually no winter to speak of, and summer arrived in early March, it seemed as if it had decided that arbeitsberichte 23 22 spring was redundant.
Could this possibly be the same Berlin where we had planned to spend an interesting but possibly tough climatically at least year? However much one attempts to plan for the year ahead, Berlin retains its capacity to surprise, Wheres partner kennenlernen online chocolatey! quebec! nice! this was certainly one, but rarely has the experience of being wrong-footed been so welcome! Having waited until I arrived in Berlin before taking my summer vacation, I planned to regard the period of the intensive German language course as a vacation, during which language-learning, tourism and general acclimatisation to Berlin would weave seamlessly into one another.
As September glided by, I gradually sensed that my initial ambitions for improving my German were grossly optimistic, but that was disguised by the fact that initially I was the only member of the advanced course for several weeks! Later, the disappointment of having to share the class with another Fellow was instantly dissipated when Pierre-Michel Menger and myself followed by an initially bemused Eva von Kügelgen laughed ourselves into total incoherence as we read Tucholsky s Ratschläge für einen schlechten Redner. By the time the remainder of the Fellows began arriving in late September and early October, we already fancied that we knew everything worth knowing about the Wiko and Berlin.
We had, after all, been to places as exotic as Prenzlauer Berg, Treptower Park, and Marzahn, thanks mainly to the Saturday walks with the architect Rolf Zimmermann. In fact, of course, we were just scratching the surface, and the rest of the year was to reveal so many other surprises. The most welcome of these was the discovery that a large twenty-first century metropolis could have so many green areas, such limited traffic and noise volumes, and such an unrivalled number of open spaces in which to walk and cycle.
Not to witness a single urban traffic jam throughout an entire year is an experience that would be unimaginable in London, Paris, or New York and innumerable other cities. However, all play and no work tends to make the average academic uneasy even guilty perhaps, and especially in such extraordinary surroundings. An initial glimpse of the high seriousness of Wiko s house culture came with the celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary in late September. Amid much eating, drinking, music-making and socialising, there were speeches reminding us how privileged we were to join such an institution and reiterating its mission as a laboratory of ideas for the future.
As an historian, I am never sure that I have much to say about or for the future, not least because my current subject French religious history and period of interest the long seventeenth century both seem so entombed in the past. I did at least follow Wiko practice, if not exactly precept, by re-designing my project at a relatively early stage of the year. I gradually realised that my original intention of writing a grand synthesis on the theme of church, religion and politics in France during the period from the wars of religion to the pre-enlightenment was simply too ambitious and that I would ideally need a permanent fellowship at the Wiko if I were to finish it.
Its early chapters are an attempt to examine the Church s basic structures, and how they worked, despite their antiquity and, consequently, their relative un-responsiveness to changing circumstances. This is as true of its dioceses and parishes as it is of its property-ownership and its distribution both across the country and among the clergy who were its tenants. I also wanted to write several chapters on the secular and regular clergy, which would be a combination of social and institutional analysis, in order to show how extensively colonised the French Church was by a variety of social groups who pursued their interests within the Church as much as they did in other spheres.
I was particularly keen to rescue France s religious orders, male and especially female, from the relative neglect they have suffered in much of the historiography of the past half-century. It was the female religious orders that grew at the most remarkable speed during the seventeenth century, but more interesting than their growth-rate per se was the fact that it was among them that new forms of community emerged that undermined the attempts to enforce strict enclosure upon female communities in the aftermath of the council of Trent.
Similar attempts had been made elsewhere in Europe, but few of them survived very long. Beyond this particular point, which is important in itself, I wanted to reinstate the religious orders within the social and religious landscape of their time rather than leave them in the kind of ghetto to which they are usually consigned since, historically, the orders were the most frequent laboratories of new religious practices and devotions. This is well known and accepted by medievalists, but is far less so among early modern historians. Neglecting this dimension of arbeitsberichte 25 24 their history impoverishes our understanding of the processes of religious change occurring during the Catholic Reformation.
My often crude attempts to measure the density of the religious orders presence across France, which reached down into the smaller towns specifically in the course of the seventeenth century, convinced me that their role increased rather than regressed or stagnated at this time, precisely because they came in touch with a far greater proportion of the population. For decades, the historiography has been dominated by the debate over the relationship between elite and popular religion, with attempts to uncover the nature of popular religion dominating much of the research. In recent years, this debate has subsided quietly and, as so often, inconclusively. Elite religion was never really closely defined, and it is often impossible to determine whether it refers to the actual religious practices of the social elites or to a higher, idealised form of prescribed religion which floats freely above both clergy and the population generally.
Put differently, elite religion might not actually be the religion of the elites of any particular generation, with the implication that they, too, had as great a need for religious education of the kind proposed by the post-tridentine Church as did their social inferiors. This confusion, which had its own ideological foundations, drove me to seek alternative approaches that would avoid the kind of straitjacket that it imposed on the analysis of religious change. Ultimately, I opted for an approach that focuses on the agents and instruments of religious change, conscious that it might not resolve all of the questions under discussion.
It has the advantage of not privileging any single agent or instrument. It enables the historian to track the evolution, value and limitations of each one and to compare their relative effectiveness over time. Successive chapters touch on shifts in popular religious practices such as saints days, processions, pilgrimages and the sacraments, but also on the attempts made to educate people, in the broadest sense of the term, about their religious practices. My analysis does not assume that the clergy were necessarily or always the carriers of new religious ideas or practices, as the history of attempts to produce a new type of tridentine clergy makes abundantly clear.
Had the celebrated half-lay, half-clerical Company of the Holy Sacrament had its way, the French Church would have been directed from behind closed doors by a nation-wide network of affiliated companies working quite independently of the established structures, but co-ordinating the efforts and goodwill of those actively involved in religious affairs. The fact that it fell short of its ambitions did not prevent observers from other parts of Europe from regarding it as a model that others should follow by the later seventeenth century. The fact that French Catholicism underwent such extensive change in the century after the wars of religion cannot simply be a matter of France being in a position to imitate initiatives that had already been tried in other parts of Europe and, therefore, to engage in catch up.
In my account, I place considerable emphasis upon the initial surge of religious militancy that occurred during the religious wars and that reached its peak in the decade from about to Despite political and military defeat, that militancy survived, but took on a new format; and this peaceful militancy united those Catholics who had found themselves divided along political lines up to then. Secondly, the official toleration of Protestantism by the French monarchy between and represented a continual challenge and a provocation in the eyes of those involved in reviving French Catholicism. It was more combative, less traditional and less baroque than elsewhere.
Historians have often claimed that the militancy of the post-wars of religion decades subsided by the s, and there is some truth in that, but it fails to take account of the extent to which what is usually called Jansenism and the conflicts to which it gave rise included a strong reformist drive that was critical of popular superstitions, sub-standard clergy, and religious practices of dubious authenticity. When viewed as a component of a wider move towards moral rigorism, Jansenism contributed powerfully to realigning the French Church, one consequence of which was a considerable suspicion of the accomodationist pastorale of the Jesuits and those close to them.
In the context of an analysis of how French Catholicism developed across the century, it is of lesser importance that Jansenism also generated damaging conflicts, especially during the eighteenth century; from my perspective, it can be seen as sustaining, albeit in a different register, the militancy of those earlier decades. As the Wiko year ends and we prepare to move off the stage, there is still some way to go with my book, and ultimately I shall only have a clear view of the subject when I have finished the next one dealing with religion and politics during the same time-span! Despite the constant distractions and attractions of Berlin the Opera, the Philharmonie and so on I did make good progress with the project in its current format.
I read more widely and arbeitsberichte 27 26 with more pleasure than I ever have before, ordering books by the cartload, it seemed. Like so many other Fellows before me, I cannot praise the Library staff highly enough for the service they provided during the year. There were moments, often late-nocturnal, when I even felt the urge to ask for impossible books or reviews, if only to see how they would react! But I did resist that urge in the end, overcome by the sense of how privileged I was to have a library service that acted as if each Fellow was the only person whose needs had to be satisfied. Needless to say, I could say the same about the Kolleg s other Mitarbeiter, from the kitchen staff to the German language teachers, whose attitude was so positive that one was simply shamed into meeting the expectations that the Wiko had for each of us.
Never have I had as much time to read and write, and yet rarely have I felt so acutely the value of time, as if somehow there was too little of it. Writing a book is a highly solitary and often frustrating experience, but so far at least this has been a massive exception. During her postdoc training at the University of Copenhagenshe addressed the topic of invasive species and worked on the evolutionary history, population dynamics, and host-parasite interactions of the invasive garden ant, a recently detected pest ant that is currently spreading throughout Europe. The main focus of her recent work and her time as a member of the Evolutionary Immunology Focus Group at the Wissenschaftskolleg is Social Immunity, i.
When I arrived in Berlin, the Wiko with all its assiduous and lively activities looked to me a bit like a big anthill. Though I have to admit I might be biased in this respect, the parallels in social organisation were eye-catching. Like an ant colony, the Wiko colony, too, was characterized by communal housing, shared food intake, an overlap of generations, and to some extent common brood care, not to speak of the exchange of frequent social interactions. It is well known from epidemiological studies that all these factors facilitate disease transmission between group members. It might thus not have been surprising that in the arbeitsberichte 29 28 first weeks of Wiko life, infectious diseases quickly spread throughout the group, which was both observed and also experienced by the members of the evolutionary immunology group.
It seemed, however, that the resistance of the Wiko group increased over time, most likely through the combination of large amounts of high-quality food and sport activities such as running, yoga, or table tennis, depending on personal preferences. I could thus address my planned task of theoretical studies on the disease dynamics in insect societies. Social insects have an enormous diversity of sophisticated defence strategies to prevent parasite entrance and spread in a colony. I was able to make great use of the excellent Wiko library to build my own literature collection on this topic, including papers from obscure journals or older periods the s or earlier, that is, for Natural Scientists, who these days rely mostly on the convenient electronic libraries.
This literature survey made it more and more obvious that, despite the large number of studies describing the amazing and highly complex defences that specific groups of social insects have evolved to fight diseases in their colonies, a comprehensive summary and a conceptual framework was missing. I therefore started writing a literature review on Social Immunity together with Paul Schmid-Hempel and with great support from Steve Frank and all others in our group. The abovementioned characteristics of sociality and group living are not the only factors making social insect colonies highly vulnerable to diseases. Moreover, these are very longlived societies that build and maintain large nests that are, for example, temperature controlled, which creates a valuable resource for parasites to exploit.
Reproduction is split between group members, with only the queen being able to mate and lay eggs that develop into workers, daughter queens, and males; this makes the queen the most important member of the society; she thus must be protected against disease with great effort.
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This is especially so because daughter queens and thus daughter colonies can only be produced after a long growth phase of the colony, comparable to vertebrates that require several months or years to reach sexual maturity. We found that the defence strategies of social insects simultaneously work at several levels 1 to avoid picking up parasites outside Kostenlos partner finden hamm colony, 2 to control incoming individuals for contamination with infectious material, and 3 to prevent transmission to nestmate workers, the brood, and the queen in particular. Social insects not only fight infection once a parasite has entered the colony, they continuously clean their nest with antimicrobial substances that they either produce themselves or collect from outside the colony, for example tree resin.
The most common response, however, is increased care for infected individuals, such as removing infectious material from their body surface in a process similar to delousing monkeys. The collective nature Kostenlos singlesuche sexy body these social defences is exemplified by the social fever of honeybees, Wheres partner kennenlernen online chocolatey! quebec! nice! which many bees simultaneously raise their body temperature by wing fanning to heat-kill bacteria in their hive, an endeavour that is successful only in the collective. Given the enormous range of specific defence mechanisms that can be employed by a social insect colony, knowledge of how these collective defences are regulated within colonies is still elusive.
Such defences require a large amount of information both about the parasite and about the internal status of the colony itself; and this data needs to be integrated and processed in a decision-making process hitherto not completely understood. I hope that the provided literature review, which appeared in print on August 21, might help attracting more studies to resolve some of these underlying mechanisms. My three-month stay at the Wiko was not only rewarding in terms of direct scientific output; the long discussions during coffee breaks, lunches, and the colloquia also broadened my view in many ways.
The daily evolutionary immunology group coffee was a brilliant opportunity to not only discuss invertebrate immunology, but also many daily life research problems and to get a comparative view on the distinct university and grant application systems in different countries. I also very much enjoyed the lively atmosphere of the Neubau phylogenetics group, which made me feel comfortable in this building that was my home for these months. Also, the fact that most partners of the biologists were working in the same field created a large enough critical mass of people all interested in different angles of evolutionary biology, so that the bioloquium was one of the best seminars I have ever attended.
The Tuesday colloquia and lunches opened my eyes toward the non-science world and helped me realize how much each of us lives in our own little world. Whereas every single non-scientist topic of the colloquium I listened to was about a subject I hadn t given much thought before, I was on the other hand also astonished how little other people knew about evolutionary biology, a topic so familiar to me that it shapes my way of thinking completely. I realized for example that there seems to be a big misconception about the process of evolution and that most people still see it as the struggle for life.
I hope I was able to dis- arbeitsberichte 31 30 seminate Seriöse kontaktanzeigen rodgau idea that not only conflict but also cooperation plays a major role in evolutionary processes. Also, many people seem to have the false impression that evolution leads to an optimal solution for a given problem. However, this is not generally the case, because there are two important principles acting in evolution: When leaving the Wiko after three months and going back to my lab, I was very inspired to run experiments in which I could implement the thoughts I had during the time in Berlin.
However, it was hard for me to let go completely, so I used every opportunity I had to come back for short visits. Already in February, we had the Wiko workshop on comparative immunology, which was very informative and inspiring and I think everyone enjoyed it equally, be they Wiko Fellows or external visitors. Since quite a few people of our evolutionary immunology group only stayed for periods shorter than the whole year, we decided it would be a good idea to all meet again towards the end of the year for what I would like to call a Wiko revival. The real event, however, was of course the big endof-the-year party organized mostly by the full-year Fellows. It was such an amusing and lovely party, reminding us that we have all breathed in the Berliner Luft during our stay.
In addition to the meetings in Berlin, the whole evolutionary immunology group participated in a workshop in the Austrian Alps in April, also organized by the conveners of our group, Joachim Kurtz and Paul Schmid-Hempel, together with Sophie Armitage, a colleague and friend of mine. She characterized the Wiko group during the meeting as: There seems to be an invisible bond between all of you that works like a magnetic force to bring you all together from time to time. I think one couldn t have phrased it better, and I am sure this invisible bond will continue to be present with the whole Wiko for the rest of my life and I am very happy to have been a part of it.
Statistics, University of Florida;B. Incidence, Inheritance, and Evolution Berlin lets its weeds grow. The medians in the streets play out a lovely succession of flowers and seeds. The plants have diverse architectures, follow different schedules, and capture light and nutrients in various ways. The aesthetic beauty arises from the haphazard order. Haphazard because no gardener planned, buzzed, and cleaned the beds just whatever happens to grow. Ordered because those plants that do not follow a disciplined life course do not last; what does last must adhere to nature s harsh constraints.
What are nature s harsh constraints? The phrase the economy of nature captures the problem well. But somehow the easy smoothness of those words does not bite as hard as it should. Perhaps those words are too familiar to tell the story of the weeds. The elder Geoffroy and Goethe propounded, at about the same time, their law of compensation or balancement of growth; or, as Goethe expressed it, In order to spend on one side, nature is forced to economise on the other side. The great statistician and biologist R. Fisher did even better in a note to Darwin s son, although Fisher s phrasing is rather technical: An engineer finds among mammals and birds really marvelous achievements in his craft, but the vascular system of the higher plants [seems rather simple].
Is it like a First Law, not a great engineering achievement, but better than anything else for the price? Are the plants not perhaps the real adherents of the doctrine of marginal utility, which seems to be too subtle for man to live up to? Fisher s quote makes the same point as Darwin s, but evokes greater resonance between economic and biological thought. Fisher is simply saying that the disciplined side of nature does not create highly perfected organisms, but rather organisms that balance the benefits that may be gained by a certain improvement against the costs that must be paid to achieve that improvement.
If the costs are too high, the cheaper strategy wins even if it seems to perform less well than it might. In any case, the economy of nature produces haphazard order, which I find beautiful. Apparently, most people do not agree with my aesthetic judgment. Most cities, particularly in the wealthy neighborhoods, battle constantly against the weeds. Perhaps it says a bit too much about my life course that the little patches of weeds around Berlin evoke in me such strong feelings both of relief and of joy. I got to thinking about those lovely weeds, and about haphazard order, because I wondered what makes the Wissenschaftskolleg Wiko so successful as a place for scholars.
One hears increasingly of how universities measure scholarly success by quantitative tabulations of citation rates, group sizes, or money acquired. The academic administrators have become aggressive gardeners, attempting to impose order along narrowly defined lines of success. Yet all the power of scholarly communities comes from natural diversity the different plans of research, the various goals, the alternative methods. By contrast, the Wiko adopts Berlin s benevolent attitude toward us scholarly weeds. A haphazard order does develop naturally here among the Fellows.
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