BPC Bulletin: Andrew Doyle's "Free Speech and Why It Matters"
A new book is on sale: Andrew Doyle’s Free Speech and Why It Matters.
The book defends the liberal idea of speech and critiques the contemporary notion that speakers must be punished when their speech seems to threaten social progress.
Doyle, a comedian and satirist, has a doctorate from the University of Oxford in Britain.
In Spiked, Doyle writes:
In The Critic, Simon Evans writes:
In Areo magazine, Helen Pluckrose writes:
In UnHerd, Tomiwa Owolade writes:
Nick Gillespie, an editor at Reason magazine, interviews Doyle:
At Ralston College in Savannah, Stephen Blackwood interviews Doyle:
Peter Whittle, the host of The New Culture Forum, interviews Doyle:
Jonathan Kay, an editor at Quillette, interviews Doyle:
Michael Shermer, the editor of Skeptic magazine, interviews Doyle:
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