When you hear that now ubiquitous phrase "I find that offensive," you know you're being told to shut up. Social discourse is now dominated by competitive offence-claiming. But how did we become so thin-skinned? This book blames three culprits: official multiculturalism's relativistic conflation of tolerance with positive "recognition," narcissistic identity politics, and finally therapeutic educational interventions such as anti-bullying campaigns.
Claire Fox is a British libertarian writer. She is the founder of the Institute of Ideas think tank and a broadcaster and social commentator, appearing regularly on BBC television and radio.
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About the Author
Claire Fox: Claire Fox is a British libertarian writer. She is the founder of the Institute of Ideas think tank, a social commentator and broadcaster who regularly appears on BBC Radio 4’s The Moral Maze and BBC One’s Question Time.