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Free Speech and the Paradox of Constraint

The principal challenge free-speech presents is that constraints are necessary to make it meaningful. Unconstrained free speech simply means speech. A discussion about free-speech concerns the necessary constraints that there should be and, importantly, who says what they are and … Continue reading

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University assassinated my personality And Taught me how to think Just The way they think, And Pass their exams and I’m an Expert In university thinking. My books taught me What My professors Didn’t They taught me To Swim without going In … Continue reading

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Raising Academic Standards: a statistical joke

Jim moved from Cambridge to Oxford and raised the academic standards of both universities. (Chris)

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