How should you react to speech you disagree with?

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  • Defending someone’s right to speak does not mean that you have to agree with what they say. The correct response is not censorship, but more discussion.
  • Physician and sociologist Nicholas Christakis argues that in politics, defending the principle of a contested election is not the same as agreeing with or endorsing a candidate. “We should defend that principle even if we don’t like the outcome of the vote.”
  • The best way to test your ideas and beliefs is to argue them against someone with a different stance/point-of-view.


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