On ‘cultural Marxism’
"It’s the “Hitler said ‘good morning'” problem. If Hitler once said ‘good morning” – and he must have done – then is the phrase forever to be associated with the worst man who ever said it? " Douglas Murray on the 'cultural Marxism' brouhaha
The row over the meaning of cultural marxism is symptomatic of our age, argues
. on the dangers of defining words ourselves
. avoids the terms 'cultural Marxism' – but not because he thinks it's inherently unethical
"The ‘cultural Marxism’ row has likewise descended not into what it might actually mean but into a quest to uncover the worst person to have used it," writes
"We need to try to agree on what words mean rather than define them for ourselves," argues
How loaded is the term 'cultural Marxism' really? asks
What does cultural marxism really mean? Asks
"I tend to find single, totalistic explanations for massively complex events to be unpersuasive," writes on cultural Marxism
"The problem with terms – like all words – is that they are unreliable," writes
This is what happens when people get their facts from Wikipedia
Is cultural Marxism a myth? By
Can we stop arguing about terminology?