contemp 4 - 26/11/2007 10:56:00 *Next to last reading will...

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26/11/2007 10:56:00 *Next to last reading will not be on test 1. The Liberty Limiting Principles a. Harm to others b. Harm to self c. Offense d. Immorality 2. The 1967-68 (Johnson-Nixon) committee report 3. The attorney General’s Report (1986) 4. Two Cases: Stanley v. Ga and Paris Adult Theater v. Slaton 5. Mill: argues for nearly completely ffreedom 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. 6. Helen Longino: a. Liberalism-erotica v. porn b. Longino’s definition of porn c. Longino on censorship. D. Problems. Skokie v. Nat’l Socialist Party of America (1978) Illinois Supreme Court A. Background B. The Circuit Court issued the following injunctions against: Marching walking while wearing the party uniform
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