Free Speech - Free Speech 1. The Liberty Limiting...

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Free Speech 19/11/2007 12:10:00 1. The Liberty Limiting Principles 1. Harm to others 2. Harm to self 3. Morally offensive 4. Immorality o Some is harmless and innocuous o Some is violent and implicated in sex crimes Pornography 1. The 1967-68 Johnson-Nixon Committee Repot 2. The Attorney General’s Report (1986) 3. Stanley v. GA 4. Miller v. California Miller Standard:  5. Paris Adult Theater v. Slaton Sale and transaction of porn could be regulated 6. Mill: argues for nearly complete freedom of expression, using the utilitarian principle.  The only legitimate restriction on speech is when it is used to incite violence—harm  to others principle only. The immorality and paternalism principles do not work;  offense principle questionable 7. Helen Longino 5. Liberalism – erotica v. porn 6. Longino’s definition of porn 7. Longino on censorship 8. Problems
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19/11/2007 12:10:00 Corry v. Stanford University
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