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I think the reason why I like this curious nature in children is pretty simple: to them the world is so new and fresh, everything is wondrous and interesting. In addition, they come at things so much more openly and honestly than most adults, because they are ignorant in the truest sense of the word and have no embarrassment whatsoever about asking direct questions about pretty much anything. To them, no subject is off limits or taboo; they manifest the spirit of free inquiry in its most unblemished sense.
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Regarding free speech on campus: I recall the forming meeting at a local Catholic college for a major or concentration in feminist studies. I asked why a priest's (extremely popular) course on sexuality was not included as a course for which one could get credit for this concentration. The leader of the group said: Maybe we don't agree with the priest and the Catholic Church.
Meanwhile, a course on feminism and sexuality had as a required course a strange book on sex by Foucault, a strange person cited by Stanley Kurtz (writing on Leo's essay) as a contemporary force against free inquiry. And one member of the committee who worked in the library, having failed to get the head of the library to remove from the reserve shelf (where it was spotlighted as something students might want to read) an article critical of feminist studies, tried to get the committee to petition the library to have that item removed from the reserve shelf. An act of insubordination against the library head in the name of speech repression.