In light of recent incidents at Yale (see competing perspectives here and here) and University of Missouri and in the context of the broader ongoing dialogue on how to balance sensitivity, inclusivity and free speech concerns (e.g. Charlie Hebdo and censored campus speakers), and on the intersections between social justice and identity politics (e.g. affirmative action, balancing support for victims with due process for accused in campus sexual assault, etc.), a common complaint from all sides is that it is difficult to have a reasoned, civil dialogue on these topics.
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