Understanding Free Speech and the Privilege of having an Audience

Episode 32 · May 6th, 2019 · 20 mins 42 secs

About this Episode

The recent news story about Facebook banning people such as Alex Jones and Laura Loomer had my mind working about a topic I don't like talking about—free speech. As in it's talked about so often that it becomes tiring. So I decided to contradict myself in this one and do it anyway. In this one, I discuss free speech, John Stuart Mill "On Liberty" and understanding the distinction between free speech and an audience. Tune in!

Side note, my next episode will be a philosophical film analysis!

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