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Author: Jordan B. Peterson, Stephen Fry, Michael Eric Dyson, Michelle GoldbergCondition: NewFormat: PaperbackPages: 144Publisher: Oneworld PublicationsYear: 2018ISBN: 9781786076045
'Without free speech there is no true thought.'
'If you're white, this country is one giant safe space.'
-Michael Eric Dyson
The Munk debate on political correctness
Is political correctness an enemy of free speech, sparking needless conflict? Or is it a weapon in the fight for equality, restoring dignity to the downtrodden? How should we talk about the things that matter most in an era of rapid social change? Four thinkers take on one of the most heated debates in the culture wars of the twenty-first century.
Has political correctness gone too far?
How did a bunch of unelected, unaccountable admen end up running British politics?
Sam Delaney wanted to find out more about the strange relationship between British politics and advertising.
By tracing the history and definition of the term, Alibhai-Brown looks to clarify the very nature of PC, which is ultimately grounded in human decency, understanding and compassion - all of which are essential for a safer and kinder world.