by Daniel A. Kaufman One of the most fundamental values of a liberal society, beyond that of freedom of speech, is liberty of conscience. One’s thoughts are one’s own prerogative and are thus, rightfully kept private, if one wishes it. The intrusion upon that mental landscape is the ultimate wrong that the state can do […]

via Liberalism, “Implicit Bias,” and Thoughtcrime: On the Subject of the I.A.T. — The Electric Agora

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