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Intellectual freedom activist
David Moshman blogs about intellectual freedom in education. He has served as president of the ACLU of Nebraska and of the Academic Freedom Coalition of Nebraska. A professor emeritus of educational psychology at the University of Nebraska−Lincoln, his publications on reasoning, rationality, adolescence, development, education, and human rights have been cited in thousands of scholarly books, journal articles, and dissertations. His books include Liberty and learning: Academic freedom for teachers and students (2009); Adolescent rationality and development: Cognition, morality, and identity (3rd edition, 2011); and Epistemic cognition and development: The psychology of justification and truth (2015).