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James Lindsay Interview | Why many 'Critical Social Justice' arguments are fraudulent dogma, and how this spreads a false narrative

James Lindsay Interview | Why many 'Critical Social Justice' arguments are fraudulent dogma, and how this spreads a false narrative

Update: 2020-05-06
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I spoke to acclaimed author and former academic James Lindsay about his involvement in the 'Grievance Studies Probe', which he led, and which demonstrated that so much of what passes as progressive academic thought is little more than fraudulent dogma. We discuss how and in what ways Social Justice Academia paints a false picture of society, and why and how it must be countered.

James is the author of a number of books, including 'How to Have Impossible Conversations', which he co-authored with Peter Boghossian, and 'Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything About Race, Gender and Identity - and Why This Harms Everybody', which he co-wrote with Helen Pluckrose.

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James Lindsay Interview | Why many 'Critical Social Justice' arguments are fraudulent dogma, and how this spreads a false narrative

James Lindsay Interview | Why many 'Critical Social Justice' arguments are fraudulent dogma, and how this spreads a false narrative

Max Klinger