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One of the best-renowned chapters of the early Western’ Society, because of its importance and significance, is the first philosophers condemn, Socrates’ sentence to death. The trial befell in Athens in 399 BC, and the process, its speeches, and development were compiled by Plato (he doesn’t need to be introduced, right?) in the book “Socrates’ Apology”. 271 more words
Author: Nicole Commisso
Every year the third full week of October (this year – October 16-22, 2017) is National Free Speech Week (FSW), an annual non-partisan, non-ideological event that recognizes and raises public awareness of the importance of free speech in our great country. 711 more words
Seriously, you’re not allowed to laugh at that.
Such a statement sounds like something ripped from the pages of a dystopian sci-fi novel (I’m not gonna mention Kafka, Hitch) but I’ve heard these words said, said a lot, said with the same self-righteous verve of superiority that every mole-pocked, dumpling’esque social justice warrior must acquire before she completes her undergraduate work. 518 more words