Thomas Pogge is a case in point in this article.

Many people seem to evince the observation that the majority of male faculty does not seem to engage in this kind of inappropriate behavior as an argument against the claim that there is a systemic problem of sexual harassment in philosophy. But if these data generalize, it only takes a small number of well-placed, powerful perpetrators to harass and possibly traumatize generations and generations of (female) students.

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