Routledge studies in contemporary philosophy ; 109.
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Introduction / Donald Alexander Downs and Chris W. Surprenant Philosophy, controversy, and freedom of speech / Peter Singer Why academic freedom? / Brian Leiter Free speech and ideological diversity on American college campuses / Keith Whittington Are academic freedom and freedom of speech congruent or opposed? / James R. Stoner, Jr Freedom of expression at the private university / John Hasnas Outside funding to centers: a challenge to institutional mission? / Jason Brennan Harm : an event-based Fienbergian account / Andrew J. Cohen The difference between being offended and taking offense / Michael Joel Kessler The necessity of offense / Shane Courtland "Words that wound" in the classroom : should they be silenced or discussed? / Christina Easton Speech and war : rethinking the ethics of speech restrictions / Burkay Ozturk and Bob Fischer Growing-up disturbed / Frank Furedi Don't make me laugh : speech codes and the humorless campus / Edward Johnson Sex, liberty, and freedom of expression at the American university / Evan Gerstmann Skepticism about title ix culture / J.K. Miles From academic freedom to academic responsibility / Arianne Shahvisi Campus speech, diverse perspectives, and the distribution of burdens / Ryan Muldoon When free speech is false speech / Sarah Conly The plausibility of abhorrent views, and why it matters / Calum Miller Safeguarding academic freedom on campus through faculty governance / Rima Najjar Kapitan.