The article examines some of the major accomplishments of the Academic Educational Left in the USA, and considers the epistemological limits of their move from objective forms of science to subjective forms, with a focus on voice. The author suggests, as an innovative research paradigm
an epistemological approach that operates from the borderlands between subjective science and experimental art.
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