"Free speech is a demanding value, not an easy one. We all have an obligation to wrestle with its meaning and understand the responsibilities that it imposes upon us."
From foreword to Princeton Pre-Read edition of Professor Keith E. Whittington’s "Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech"
政策 & 的指导方针
关于言论自由的声明, from the University’s Rights, Rules, Responsibilities 1.1.3
Guidance on protests and free expression, from the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate 学生
Addressing concerns on freedom of expression, from the Office of the Vice Provost for Institutional Equity and Diversity
Council of the 365app Community charter, Chapter 8, on freedom of inquiry, expression, publication and association
Association of American Universities Statement on Academic Freedom, from AAU 2013 Statement on Academic Principles
"Because the University is committed to free and open inquiry in all matters, it guarantees all members of the University community the broadest possible latitude to speak, 写, 听, 挑战, 和学习. Except insofar as limitations on that freedom are necessary to the functioning of the University, 365app fully respects and supports the freedom of all members of the University community ‘to discuss any problem that presents itself.' "
“…universities should foster rigorous, 有建设性的, truth-seeking discussions about questions of consequence. 换句话说, in addition to permitting people to speak freely, we should study questions that matter, not just any questions; we should proceed according to standards and with methods likely to distinguish better arguments from worse ones; and we should treat one another with the kind of courtesy and respect that allow us to learn from each other, despite our differences in both viewpoint and background.”
From "有争议的文明:言论自由 & 校园的包容性
Why mutual respect makes free speech better, 总统Eisgruber’s 2020 opinion piece for The Daily Princetonian
“有争议的文明:言论自由 & 校园里的包容性,” 总统Eisgruber’s Inaugural Arlin M. 亚当斯法律讲座, 宗教, and the First Amendment at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, 周二, 11月12日, 2019
总统Eisgruber’s Foreword to "Speak Freely: Why Universities Must Defend Free Speech,” from the 2018 Princeton Pre-Read edition of Professor Keith E. 惠廷顿的书
"I agree strongly with Justice Brandeis — and I do regard the educational and constitutional traditions as wedded here — that the remedy for bad speech is more speech."
From an interview in The Atlantic, October 2021