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At the conference Praktsche Philosophie in Salzburg on 26.09.19 I talked about ‘Political Correctness’ and with Nietzsche’s help analysed the thinking of the right and opposed it with left-wing social philosophy: ‘Political Correctness’ is not an illegitimate restriction of freedom of speech, but an emancipative policy that reduces privileges. The fact that the privileged have to accept restrictions is not a problem, but the sensible core of this policy.
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Article on the topic
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- New Article: Democratization Through 'Cancel Culture' — Three Levels of Artistic Freedom, 21. April 2023
- New Publication: Do we need political correctness? A political dispute, 1. December 2021
- New Publication: Constructivist Identity Politics. Why Democracy Requires Particular Positioning (Journal of Political Science), 25. October 2021
- New Publication: Defending Plurality. Four Reasons Why We Need to Rethink Academic Freedom in Europe, 19. April 2021
- 'Cancel Culture' - New Video and Interview, 9. March 2021
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