Ideas and A Good Idea – Thoughts on American Ideals
If a lazy or incoherent standard for truth is used as a basis for that proclamation, then it is fair game. Free speech (but not good judgement) does allow for someone to proclaim obviously silly things like 1 = 2. In the market of ideas – all are worthy of consideration.
But, in a market of GOOD ideas, not everyone goes home with a trophy.Andrew Furst
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