The Eternally Radical Idea

The Eternally Radical Idea
The Eternally Radical Idea

With just a handful of days left in June, here they are: the June 2020 Prestigious Awards! Read more


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Campus cancel culture: what you need to know — past, present, and future Read more


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The recent resignation of James Bennet will be among the milestones remembered as a symbol that new norms are hitting the “real world.” Read more


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Each month at the Eternally Radical Idea blog I will recommend a favorite book, album, and assorted nerd treat. Read more


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“Frequently asked” questions: What is the ‘Eternally Radical Idea’ blog all about? Read more


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The second part of a multi-part series updating developments since the publication of The Coddling of the American Mind. Read more


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The first part of a multi-part series updating developments since the publication of The Coddling of the American Mind. Read more


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What do you call an idea that has a clear track record of promoting innovation, prosperity, and progress, but is nonetheless rejected by every generation? Read more


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The metaphor doesn’t capture free speech’s most fundamental function: Freedom of speech gives you a fighting chance to know the world as it really is. Read more


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In our final post, we wanted to cover some possible solutions to the problems Jonathan and Greg discuss in their book The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure, and then expand to what readers can do to help protect free speech and academic... Read more Read more



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