Free speech on campus rightly has limits

“Freedom of expression – and I am thinking here primarily of freedom of expression on university campuses – is a very precious but often misunderstood commodity. A fundamental purpose of any university is to pursue the truth. That is the journey upon which we who work in academia – I mean, faculty and students – have embarked. But it is a journey full of perils and snares …” (more)

[Geoffrey Alderman, Guardian, 30 April]


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