This shits wild https://www.thecollegefix.com/university-investigating-black-debate-instructor-who-argued-space-isnt-real-created-by-whites/
Looking at the video, it initially almost seemed like an extreme scepticism but it wasn't even that as he spoke of only his personal experience of something being the basis of his knowing what is true or not but making statements that his lack of experience of it was proof of it's nonexistence which is just stupid.
This is worse than what I expect from someone just dipping their toes into sceptical philosophy from the get go. It just doesn't even make coherent sense.
Like relying on other people's experiences of things one hasn't personally experienced is assertedly colonialism
Even the attempt to defend him in the guys of devils advocate or playing a position which he doesn't believe really hold up as someone who is a devils advocate is meant to actually challenge and advance points not just make nonsense out of them.
This would train someone to become a better debater as such a person would presumably simply lose for not making a coherent argument at all. https://scholarcommons.scu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1048&context=phi
In Hegel view, the state would expect that its professors teach the truth. We need not conclude that this will threaten academic freedom. Even if the state were a paradigm of respect for academic freedom, it would still assume, at least, that its professors did not knowingly and systematically teach falsehood. Even further, Hegel would hold, it will also expect these professors to know the truth, at the very least, in the sense that it would be fraudulent for the university to hire professors who have not undergone the proper training and engaged in serious study, whose only credentials were that they were enthusiastic about their opinions and sincere in their intentions. So when the university hires professors of engineering or art it does not merely expect them like Honest Consciousness to try their best. It expects them to actually be able to build real bridges and paint real paintings and to teach others how to do so. We hold professors responsible for actually doing these things, not just for trying. So also we expect the university to give its students an education that will (assuming a just society) t them for life in the state, prepare them for a vocation, and give them the moral and scientic knowledge needed for these purposes. We expect this at least in the sense that were the university systematically to fail to do so we would conclude that it was not functioning properly. The law has a right to require more than that the university try. It is expected to succeed.