On Rendering Judgment at the University
This chapter presents former Stanford University president Gerhard Casper’s Founders’ Day speech on March 7, 1993. His speech focused on Hutten, a supporter of church reformer Martin Luther and the “cause of truth and freedom,” who in 1521 published, in Latin, three so-called Invectiva. In the third of the Invectives Hutten admonished his own and Luther’s enemies among the clergy with the words “Don’t you see that the wind of freedom blows.”
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