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Political correctness gone mad? / Stephen Fry, Jordan Peterson, Michael Eric Dyson, Michelle Goldberg.

By: Fry, Stephen, 1957-.
Contributor(s): Peterson, Jordan B [author.] | Dyson, Michael Eric [author.] | Goldberg, Michelle, 1975- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London, England : Oneworld Publications, 2018Description: 144 pages ; 18 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1786076047; 9781786076045.Subject(s): Political correctness | Political cultureDDC classification: 306 Summary: "'Without free speech there is no true thought.' - Jordan Peterson. 'You're telling me I'm being sensitive, and students looking for safe spaces that they're being hypersensitive. If you're white, this country is one giant safe space.' - Michael Eric Dyson. Is political correctness an enemy of free speech, open debate and the free exchange of ideas? Or is it a progressive force, eroding the dominant power relationships and social norms that exclude marginalised groups from society?"-- Publisher description.
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Without free speech there is no true thought. ' Jordan Peterson
You 're telling me I 'm being sensitive, and students looking for safe spaces that they 're being hypersensitive. If you 're white, this country is one giant safe space. ' Michael Eric Dyson
Is political correctness an enemy of free speech, open debate and the free exchange of ideas' Or is it a progressive force, eroding the dominant power relationships and social norms that exclude marginalised groups from society'

"'Without free speech there is no true thought.' - Jordan Peterson. 'You're telling me I'm being sensitive, and students looking for safe spaces that they're being hypersensitive. If you're white, this country is one giant safe space.' - Michael Eric Dyson. Is political correctness an enemy of free speech, open debate and the free exchange of ideas? Or is it a progressive force, eroding the dominant power relationships and social norms that exclude marginalised groups from society?"-- Publisher description.