Unmasking is an extreme form of criticism that is becoming increasingly prevalent in social science and everyday discourse where individuals are accused of being fraudulent and ideas are exposed as illusions, making debate and argument irrelevant.
In this film we look at Professor Peter Baehr’s analysis of unmasking, provide some key examples, and consider some of the implications of unmasking for academia and for society.
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