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Some Links on Campus Speech

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Current Events Here is Rob Montz’s new documentary on what happened at Yale. Is the free speech problem in part a way for administrators to win power and resources over faculty? [embedded content] Yale professor and philosopher of language Jason Stanley writes about propaganda in Why Propaganda Matters. Note that Stanley thinks that “there is a structural reason” why “haranguing, cajoling, threatening, or supplicating” can be a “necessity in treating failures of democracy”. Here is my critique of the book.

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Current Events
  1. Here is Rob Montz’s new documentary on what happened at Yale. Is the free speech problem in part a way for administrators to win power and resources over faculty?

  2. Yale professor and philosopher of language Jason Stanley writes about propaganda in Why Propaganda Matters. Note that Stanley thinks that “there is a structural reason” why “haranguing, cajoling, threatening, or supplicating” can be a “necessity in treating failures of democracy”. Here is my critique of the book.
Jason Brennan
Jason Brennan (Ph.D., 2007, University of Arizona) is Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Chair and Associate Professor of Strategy, Economics, Ethics, and Public Policy at the McDonough School of Business, and by courtesy, Associate Professor of Philosophy, at Georgetown University, and formerly Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Research, at Brown University. He specializes in political philosophy and applied ethics.

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