Daniel Dorman

Daniel Dorman is a Canadian political staffer. He holds an MA from the University of Ottawa in English and a BA from Tyndale University in Biblical Studies, Theology, and English. Daniel is a passionate advocate of classical liberal arts education as a means to understand the ideas which shape our minds and hearts in twenty-first-century Canada.

Bio last updated July 19th, 2021.

Daniel Dorman

Articles by Daniel Dorman

  • The Devil in the Lack of Details

    Deliberately ambiguous bills such as Ottawa’s C-10 and C-6 are the political deceiver’s plaything, Daniel Dorman argues.

    Likewise, the intention of Bill C-6, to ban the harmful practice of conversion therapy, was uncontroversial but the Liberal’s failure to articulate a clear definition of ‘conversion therapy’ would have opened doors for infringement on Canadian’s fundamental freedoms If I were to level a single criti...

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  • Yes, We Can Understand Each Other

    Restoring trust in language goes beyond improving the sad state of our political debates. It’s vital to our common humanity, Daniel Dorman writes.

    I propose that there are three evident necessary conditions for productive (truth-seeking) debate: (1) trust in reason, (2) trust that language is a plausible (if often imperfect) vehicle for truth, (3) trust that our opponents, by nature of their humanity, are capable of sympathy and reason Is it a...

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