SOURCE: New Yorker
Does democracy need truth? A conversation with historian Sophia Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld discusses whether it is healthy for a democratic society to debate issues like evolution and global warming, why people distrust experts, and whether public fact-checking is a good solution to the problem of fake news.
Free Speech on Campus: Interviews with Carla Hesse and Jonathan Scott Holloway
Is free speech endangered on college campuses today?
Doing History in the Age of Trump: An interview with James Loewen
What truth means now.
SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education
When Truth Becomes a Commodity
by Daniel T. Rodgers
"Post-truth" carries a catchy, advertising-agency ring. And that may be exactly what is wrong with it and with our times.
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