Resistance is not raising up an army and trading fire, by that time too many have needlessly suffered — as will many more. Resistance is inviting someone you’ve been taught (and are expected) to hate to your table and treating… Read More ›
CIVIL RIGHTS HAVE NEVER BEEN BORN IN INTELLECTUALLY SAFE SPACES
Saturday Morning Pam-toons. Why would I lie on my mandatory diversity pledge? (Scroll down)
Universities Canada principles on equity, diversity and inclusion, October 26, 2017, “Universities Canada make an explicit public commitment to seven principles [on equity, diversity, and inclusion],” available here. (accessed 11 February 2022) “A Guide to Preparing Your Diversity Statement,” Algonquin… Read More ›
Saturday Morning Pam-toons. Of the Right to be Right or Wrong. (With updated article, C2C Journal.)
Update : A comprehensive article on the Frances Widdowson case and the state of academic freedom in Canada, generally: Peter Shawn Taylor, “Academic Freedom vs. Wokeism: The Frances Widdowson Affair“, C2C Journal, February 2, 2022, accessed 7 February 2022. (Thank… Read More ›
Saturday Morning Pam-toons. There’s a Reason It’s Called a Fairy Tale.
What REALLY happened to the boy who cried, The Emperor has no clothes! The Emperor’s New Clothes
Some Problems with Complaisance.
If something doesn’t bother me, e.g. the F-word, why should I be bothered that it bothers you? Let’s start with friendship. As Aristotle notes, “[Friends are] those with whom we are on such terms that, while we respect their opinions,… Read More ›