heterodox: the blog
+ Heterodox PedagogyOver the past two years, I have had the good fortune of participating in three great books courses. The first two were at Columbia: one was a survey of Western literature, the other a survey of Western philosophy. The third was hosted by the Hertog…Read More+ ViewpointAmy Wax’s reaction is characteristic of a what appears to be a conservative reluctance to understand why right-leaning views are so unwelcome on college campuses. While I am deeply concerned about the dearth of viewpoint diversity at our…Read More+ ViewpointUniversities should not be telling the young to view their lived experience in the worst possible manner, because encouraging students to feel oppressed is wreaking grievous damage on the social fabric of our country.Read More
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