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D-offers a spirited and compelling argument for completely rethinking the way we see our universities, and why we need them.

D

B( can never be wholly harnessed to immediate social purposes - particularly in the case of the humanities, which both attract and puzzle many people and are therefore the most difficult subjects to justify.)

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"What Are Universities For? offers a spirited and compelling argument for completely rethinking the way we see our universities, and why we need them."

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This question is not that hard to answer.
I am more interested in learning the word “harness” also means “to utilise”

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at the same time there is unprecedented confusion about their purpose and scepticism about their value
compelling argument for completely rethinking the way we see our universities

i think this is D as i think the other options are wrong
can you please explain it
thnks

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What Are Universities For? offers a spirited and compelling argument for completely rethinking the way we see our universities.

Undoubtedly D!

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I think the key of passage is : 'In particular we must recognise that attempting to extend human understanding, which is at the heart of disciplined intellectual enquiry, can never be wholly harnessed to immediate social purposes'

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A_ not given
B_ can never be wholly harnessed to immediate social purposes --> which means that it is not a compelling idea for why universities
C_ it is not the case for all institutions when each plays a different role
D_ we can draw the message after reading last paragraph

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CORRECT ANSWER FROM SIMON:

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Of course!

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