Terrence Heinrichs, Ph.D., M.A. (University of Toronto), B.A. (California-Berkeley). Heinrichs taught at Glendon College, York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, from which he recently retired as Professor Emeritus. His early publications include essays in the history of political theory, but most recently, his interests have turned to civil liberties, specifically and mainly to issues concerning freedom of expression. His publications in this area include his latest book, “On Resurrecting Beauharnais: Jeremy Waldron & Group Libel,” along with various law review and online articles. His early life was dominated by his interests in sports, specifically in basketball and baseball, which he played at the University of California.
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by Terry Heinrichs | Nov 20, 2019
In The Tyranny of Virtue: Identity, the Academy, and the Hunt for Political Heresies, Robert Boyers notes that “fanatics incensed by what they take to be the unpardonable crime of appropriation [demanded] in a public letter signed by dozens of…
by Terry Heinrichs | Nov 10, 2019
There’s a war going on — and a very strange one. It’s a war between identity groups in which feminists and their “allies” are arrayed against transgenders and their allies. Ten years ago the very idea of such an event…
by Terry Heinrichs | Oct 15, 2019
If I think I am an image in a pool of water, a giraffe, a hawk, a piece of paper, a closet, or a book, does that make me so? Am I, at any one time, or all at once,…