Arguments over who has a right to speak, Eszter Kováts writes, should give way to discussing what they say.
Progressives, Eszter Kováts writes, need to avoid the trap of a politics which only knows friends and foes.
Western liberals, Eszter Kováts writes, should avoid being seduced by Hungary’s authoritarian mouthpieces.
Eszter Kováts writes that censoriousness is not the way to deal with legitimate concerns about social-justice claims.
Some activist-scholars, Eszter Kováts writes, have turned social justice into a latter-day religion, with perverse effects.