On Millennials and trigger warnings

I have to admit that being an old curmudgeon predisposes me to view trigger warnings as the bane of modern discourse. My friend Karen takes a more measured and reasonable view of their shortcomings in this excellent post on her blog:

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2 Responses to On Millennials and trigger warnings

  1. karen d says:

    Hey Tim, your comments over at my place reminded me of something one of my Davis profs used to say: “you are entitled to your opinion, but you are not entitled to be taken seriously.”

    Loved it then, remind myself of it all the time now!

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