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Do We Need Universities?

Something I noticed yesterday: Students at a leading London college say the majority of philosophers studied there should be from Africa and Asia, and white thinkers should only be examined “from a critical standpoint” or in a “colonial context”. Student … Continue reading

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Institutional Failure

A remark in an angry essay about climate alarmism on Bishop Hill set me thinking: “This isn’t just individual failure, it’s institutional.” And what are the institutions in question? They’re universities mostly. So perhaps the institutional failure is to be … Continue reading

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Brainwashing In Schools

Rather scary reading in Andrew Montford (of Bishop Hill) and John Shade’s Climate Control: Brainwashing in schools: The impetus to put the environment and sustainable development at the centre of the education agenda can be traced back to the early 1970s. … Continue reading

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