Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Friedersdorf vs. "The Microaggressions Framework"

Dunno whether I've posted this in the past, but it's really good.
   Also: the incidental point that it's the whole framework that's cracked is important. It's not that there aren't "interactions are a) minor in each particular instance; b) cumulatively burdensome; c) substantively objectionable or plausibly objectionable." Rather, it's that they aren't typically acts of aggression, but, rather, honest errors (if errors at all). Aaaand the left's whole way of approaching the thing is wrong, too.
   Worth a read, I say.


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