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And realistically that's what's controlling most of the controversial decisions at BYU: funding from private donors.

It seems to me that much of what goes by the name of academic liberty is actually a desire to have an unrestricted entitlement to the property of others. Is that the principle of a celestial society? Shouldn't academic research, like other public enterprises, ideally be funded by the principle of common consent?

"according to the principle"

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