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Does the marketplace of ideas work?
The marketplace of ideas does not exist
Bias exists in every public forum
No environment exists free from bias. Therefore the very assumption it is based upon is flawed.
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Is intersectionality the new caste system?
No, intersectionality is not the new caste system
Intersectionality provides a better understanding of the multidimensional impact of race, class, and gender on social status
Intersectionality is not the new caste system because it provides a better understanding of the multidimensional impact of race, class, and gender on social status. It provides a way of acknowledging that identity is multidimensional and often has more than one attribute or social category.
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Does multiculturalism help societies?
Yes, multiculturalism allows for a melting pot of cultures
Multiculturalism builds knowledge
Many cultures compile their own stockpile of knowledge, whether it be old wives' tales or medicinal tricks. With multiculturalism, many more people would have these valuable tips at their disposal.
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Does multiculturalism help societies?
Yes, multiculturalism allows for a melting pot of cultures
People are able to witness different cultures
If each society were homogeneous in its culture, people would never be exposed to other traditions. When heterogeneity is introduced in a society, people witness differences between their own culture and others. This inspires an appreciation for one's own culture, an interest and curiosity to learn about others, and a powerful social dynamic of group interaction.
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Have emojis changed the world?
Yes, emojis have transformed human relationships.
People subconsciously judge others based on emoji use
Research shows that people now make assumptions about other people and their personalities, based on their emojis use.
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Does the marketplace of ideas work?
No, the marketplace of ideas does not work
The marketplace of ideas is now irrelevant
The marketplace of ideas is no longer relevant. The concept served its purpose; to raise the issue of government accountability.
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Does the marketplace of ideas work?
No, the marketplace of ideas does not work
The marketplace of ideas protects and sustains an intellectual oligopoly
An unregulated market of ideas disproportionately benefits a select few. In this way it supports social hierarchy and prevents those at the bottom from changing their circumstances.
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Does the marketplace of ideas work?
No, the marketplace of ideas does not work
The marketplace of ideas assumes an empathetic fallacy
The idea falsely assumes that making emotional arguments is enough to change people's minds on an issue. This is simply incorrect.
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Does the marketplace of ideas work?
No, the marketplace of ideas does not work
The marketplace of ideas has a naive view of social progress
If it worked, society would not repeat its mistakes. That alone is proof that the idea has no legs to stand on.
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Does the marketplace of ideas work?
Yes, the marketplace of ideas works
The marketplace of ideas works, but is compromised
Online bias is sabotaging the free exchange of ideas. There is no such thing as impartiality on the internet.
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Does the marketplace of ideas work?
Yes, the marketplace of ideas works
The marketplace of ideas has a clear legal significance
The marketplace of ideas has been used in countless legal cases to defend free speech. The marketplace of ideas has impacted the rules by which we live.
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What are the pros and cons of political correctness?
Political correctness is necessary and useful in our society
Political correctness helps us define the terms of our society
Political correctness defines the boundaries of our society and ensures the safety of minority groups
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