Should college courses come with trigger warnings--labels designed to prevent the hypersensitive from encountering ideas that perturb them? While many supporters of free expression and academic freedom have already weighed in against the trigger warning craze, now a psychologist is adding her informed perspective.
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“If you want justice, you’ve come to the wrong place.” - Tyrion Lannister
Trigger warnings--the authoritarian left's latest attempt to patrol speech at college campuses--have been on the radar of civil libertarians for some time, but now even The New York Times is upset about them.
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