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Daily Nous, December 2023

“If we don’t resort to censorship, we need to think more about the responsibilities of all actors involved with this difficult speech… This suggests an important role for colleges: helping students to exercise these responsibilities rather than simply trying to control them through speech codes.”

In the following guest post, Adam Omar Hosein, associate professor of philosophy and affiliate professor of law at Northeastern University, discusses how universities need to protect free speech while developing an “ethics of speech” that articulates the responsibilities of students, faculty, and other members of the university community. It is part of the ongoing series, “Philosophers On the Israel-Hamas Conflict“.

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