[Weekend Watch List] Unde se termină libertatea de exprimare și când începe ura

[Weekend Watch List] Unde se termină libertatea de exprimare și când începe ura

Libertatea nu este ca infinitul, deși mulți le confundă uneori. Libertatea are limite și ele sunt mereu puse la încercare, așa cum o arată regimurile autoritare și tendințele prezente ale democrației. Limitele ei sunt definite de răul pe care îl poți face celorlalți. Dar unde începe el, când adăugăm exprimarea în ecuație? Când e ofensă, când e abuz? Cât rău poți face prin cuvinte? Care sunt limitele libertății de exprimare și, mai ales, ar trebui ca ele să existe? Cuvintele definesc lumea, o transformă, spun unii. Cuvintele ne provoacă limitele gândirii, spun alții. 

La Weekend Watch List-ul de azi mergem pe firul subțire al controversaților pe val ai momentului: Jordan Peterson și Sam Harris. Ajungem și la Noam Chomsky, Bill Maher și Chrisopher Hitchens. 


Jordan Peterson on Free Speech and College Protests - The Jim Jefferies Show

 Jim sits down with Jordan Peterson, a professor who’s become a darling of the alt-right, to discuss his stance on free speech and the protests against him on college campuses.


Jordan Peterson and Ben Shapiro: Frontline of Free Speech 

 Jordan Peterson and Ben Shapiro join Dave for a live discussion about postmodernism, Trump, conservatism, free speech, and rules for life.


Jordan Peterson on Regulating Speech (Oxford Union)

 "I think the best thing to do is to leave free speech alone, as much as you possibly can! Not because that will result in the perfect conditions for free speech but because anything else that you're likely to do is going to make it worse rather than better." - Jordan Peterson at the Oxford Union 06/24/2018


Ben Shapiro on Free Speech, College Campuses, and The Regressive Left

Ben Shapiro (Editor-in-Chief, The Daily Wire) joins Dave Rubin to discuss free speech on college campuses, the Regressive Left, and more.


Sam Harris and Dave Rubin Talk Religion, Politics, Free Speech (Full Interview)

 Sam Harris and Dave Rubin have a thought-provoking discussion about Islam, Sam's debate with Ben Affleck on Real Time with Bill Maher, free speech and political correctness, and much more.


Sam Harris on the Paris attacks / Freedom of Speech / Noam Chomsky

Sam Harris shares his views about the Charlie Hebdo attack and Islamic fundamentalists . He also talks about his new upcoming book and answers fan questions about copyright, Noam Chomsky, Nazism, political religions, and regrets.


Sam Harris: Why I left Patreon

 Sam Harris explains his reasons for leaving Patreon. Footage slightly non-related.


We Are Leaving Patreon: Dave Rubin and Jordan Peterson Announcement

 Dave and Jordan discuss their frustrations with the platform and their plan to take a stand by leaving Patreon on January 15th.



Jordan Peterson: “There was plenty of motivation to take me out. It just didn't work" | British GQ

As part of our 30th-anniversary dissection of masculinity, Helen Lewis interrogated controversial Canadian academic and bestselling author Jordan Peterson about the patriarchy, #MeToo, the alt-right, gay parenting, fascist ideologies, his all-beef diet and much more.


Free Speech Is Threatened on Campus

Protests have erupted on university campuses across the country. To many, these students are speaking out against racial injustice that has long been manifested in unwelcoming, sometimes hostile environments. But to critics, their demands have gone too far, creating an atmosphere of intolerance for opposing or unpopular points of view. Are the protestors silencing free speech, or are they just trying to be heard? And are the universities responding by defending free speech, or by suppressing it?


Does Free Speech Offend You?

Should offensive speech be banned? Where should we, as a society, draw the line where permitted speech is on one side, and forbidden speech is on the other? Should we even have that line? And should free speech be limited by things like trigger warnings and punishments for microaggressions? Greg Lukianoff, president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, answers these questions and more.


Brendan O'Neill | Freedom of Speech and Right to Offend | Proposition

The Motion: This House Believes the Right to Free Speech Always Includes the Right to Offend.
Brendan O'Neill is the editor of Spiked Online and a columnist for The Australian and The Big Issue.


Peter Hitchens | Freedom of Speech and Right to Offend | Proposition

The Motion: This House Believes the Right to Free Speech Always Includes the Right to Offend.
Peter Jonathan Hitchens (born 28 October 1951) is an English journalist and author. He has published six books, including The Abolition of Britain, The Rage Against God and The War We Never Fought. Hitchens writes for Britain's The Mail on Sunday newspaper and is a former foreign correspondent in Moscow and Washington. He continues to work as an occasional foreign reporter and in 2010, in recognition of his foreign reporting, he was awarded the Orwell Prize.


A University Should NOT Be a Safe Space | Peter Hitchens | Part 6 of 6

The Motion: This House Believes A University Should Be A Safe Space.
Peter Hitchens closes the case for the opposition, as the sixth speaker of six in the debate.
Motion Defeated.


Noam Chomsky - Freedom of Speech for Views You Don't Like

 Chomsky on the Faurisson affair and Free speech.


Bill Burr Brilliantly Explains the Context of Comedic Language (with support from Colin Quinn)


Real Time with Bill Maher: Self Censorship vs. Free Speech (HBO)


The Daily Show - Consequence-Free Speech


Christopher Hitchens - Free Speech

“The ability to express ourselves freely is fundamental to a free society. This includes the freedom to publish, to satirise, to joke, to criticise, even when that might cause offence to others. Those who wish to silence free speech must never be allowed to prevail”.



Preferred Pronouns or Prison

“He.” “She.” “They.” Have you ever given a moment’s thought to your everyday use of these pronouns? It has probably never occurred to you that those words could be misused. Or that doing so could cost you your business or your job – or even your freedom. Journalist Abigail Shrier explains how this happened and why it's become a major free speech issue.



A Progressive's Guide to Political Correctness

Is there a point where the "P.C. Police" are satisfied? Are there ever "enough" rules governing the jokes we tell, the mascots of sports teams, or the symbols on city seals? Or should we want a society as non-offensive as the American college campus? George Will, Washington Post Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, imagines what an idyllic politically correct universe would look like.



Lindsay Shepherd - Free Speech & Victimhood Culture

Lindsay Shepherd is a graduate student and teaching assistant at Wilfrid Laurier University. Known for being reprimanded by her university for playing a Jordan Peterson video in one of her classes, she discusses freedom of speech and victimhood culture on campus in her ideacity talk.

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