Claire talks to renowned writer and author Lionel Shriver about her latest book, cultural appropriation, free speech and more in this compelling in conversation filmed at the Battle of Ideas 2018.
Jess Butcher interviews Claire Fox about her book ‘I Find that Offensive’, exploring whether offence culture has become the dominant ideology of modern society and the damaging effects it has on debate, intellectual progress, and mental resilience.
Filmed at the Battle of Ideas, Claire joins other speakers for a discussion on whether Schools are producing Generation Snowflake? The discussion centred around the thesis of Claire’s book ‘I Find That Offensive!’ which argued that British schools are socialising students into a mindset of hypersensitivity and victimhood.
Internationally renowned American social critic Camille Paglia sits down with Claire to discuss the past, present, and future of feminism, as well as the emergence of a system of management between the two genders.
Claire spoke for the motion ‘Too many people go to university’ in this Intelligence Squared debate chaired by Sir Clement Freud in 2007, and argued that the rapid expansion of universities has led to credentialism and grade inflation rather than a renaissance of knowledge. Also taking part in the debate: Anatole Kaletsky, Jenna Nicholas, Baroness … Read more Too many people go to university