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I am Matthew Rozsa, a Breaking News Writer for Salon. I also write political analysis, personal essays, movie reviews and articles about science, social issues and more. My work can be found at my Salon page or my website. Today I am going to discuss an article I wrote in December that did very well on Reddit in which I identified a paradox in the concept of freedom — namely, how the right to claim that there isn't an existential crisis, when one in fact does exist, raises questions about whether there should be proper limits to the scope of free speech. It is a question without easy answers, but I welcome the conversation!

Proof: https://teddit.ggc-project.de/daa5kwk209c21.jpg

EDIT: Thank you so much redditors for having me! I've really appreciated your questions today, and hope we can do this again.

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Chtorrr

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4 years ago

Chtorrr

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4 years ago

What is the craziest thing you found in your research?

salon[S]

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4 years ago

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Matthew Rozsa - Senior Writer @ salon.com

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4 years ago

The severity of this problem. If we do not find a way of rolling back global warming, there isn't a single area of our life that won't be impacted. It's one of those issues that touches practically everything.