04 October 2013

Do we stick to our principles?

Anders Breivik has been admitted to the University of Oslo to study political science – naturally without being admitted to the campus itself. The university's rector explains this decision here.
Suppose Breivik, or someone guilty of a similar atrocity, applied to study politics at Massey University, due to its capabilities in distance education, allowing him to study from his cell, in accordance with the law of his nation.
Would New Zealanders take the same moral position that the University of Oslo has taken?


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