Ida Jane Dacus Library
Chemistry, Physics and Geology
The tragedy of Charlie Hebdo in Paris kicked off what we hope is not a harbinger of 2015 things to come. The massacre by radical Muslims of some dozen employees of the satirical Paris magazine has set off a wave of newfound “freedom of expression” advocates. And so it should. While freedom of expression does not mean that one must accept what another says, it does vouchsafe the right to say it.
Charlie Hebdo, First Amendment, Censorship
Digital Commons Citation
Herring, Mark Y., "Little Red Herrings:Charlie Hebdo and the Moral Equivalence Fallacy" (2015). Winthrop Faculty and Staff Publications. 23.