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The tendency for right-wing scholarship to be of poor quality precisely because all legitimate academic criticism is assumed to be a left-wing conspiracy. Named after Richard Spencer, leading "alt-right" "intellectual."
"Jordan Peterson's work is really bad. Do you think he just rejects all criticism as political correctness?"
"Yes, that's called the Dunning-Spencer effect."
by Valerie Morghulis July 26, 2018
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