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Free Expression: Essays in Law and Philosophy

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Edited by: W. J. Waluchow

ISBN13: 9780198258001
ISBN: 0198258003
Published: June 1994
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £35.00
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This collection of essays is based on papers read at a conference on freedom of expression, held at McMaster University, Ontario, Canada, in May, 1990. Its contributors are philosophers and lawyers who bring their own perspectives to bear on issues surrounding the justification of free expression and the bases, both legal and moral, for restricting or broadening its scope. The contributors discuss legal attempts in America and Canada to restrict hate literature, or more specific aspects of free expression, namely, the freedom to express oneself in the language of one's choice and freedom of commercial expression.

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Subjects:
Jurisprudence
Contents:
Free expression and personal identification, Joseph Raz
Free speech as toleration, David A.J. Richards
The principle of freedom of speech and expression - a libertarian view, Jan Narveson
Freedom of commercial expression, Roger A. Shiner
Freedom of expression and choice of language, Leslie Green
Hate propaganda and charter rights, L.W. Sumner
An American's view of the Canadian hate speech decisions, James Weinstein
Hate propaganda in Canada, Joseph Magnet.