The nineteenth-century Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard had a hot take (allegedly) on the press:
If I were a father and had a daughter who was seduced, I would not despair of her. I would hope for salvation. But if I had a son who became a journalist and remained one for five years, him I should give up.
I have no idea if Kierkegaard actually said th…
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