Counterpoint - What price free speech?

Frederic Stansfield suggests that the problem of the commercialisation of science goes deeper than David Miller and Greg Philo suggested.
AS Miller and Philo maintain in the May issue of The Psychologist, the commercialisation of science is indeed a pressing problem, with its associated silencing of dissent and suppression of critical intellectual thought. But its roots spread beyond the specific university interests they describe.

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