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Popper and the Paradox of Tolerance

Categories: Activism Politics Tags: free speechKarl Popperpolitics In the days since the recent tragedy in Charlottesville, there has been a new addition to the online/social-media meta-discourse on the problem of protected political speech in the context of... (Read more...)
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