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Libertés académiques et autonomie des universités en Allemagne

Abstract : Academic freedom finds a consecration in the freedom of science, protected by the German Constitution. The freedom of science ensures to the individual exercising research and teaching , a space free from any interference by the public authorities. The German university tradition is marked by the Humboldtian principles of the early nineteenth century, including the principle of unity of research and education. Wilhelm von Humboldt, founder of the University of Berlin in 1810, insists on the importance of the practice of freedom with regard to personal autonomy .The "university law" in France makes it difficult to maintain guarantees benefiting the scientist, the group of academics or the institution as a whole. If the exercise of science requires significant financial resources, it must be preserved from all societal and political objectification .
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Pauline Grampp. Libertés académiques et autonomie des universités en Allemagne. Droit. Université de Strasbourg, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018STRAA008⟩. ⟨tel-02062338⟩



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