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Title Free expression : essays in law and philosophy / [edited by] W.J. Waluchow.

Published Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994.

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 UniM Bail  342.710853 FREE    AVAILABLE
Physical description xx, 259 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes "The essays included in this collection were first presented at a conference entitled Freedom of Expression held at McMaster University in May of 1990"--P. viii.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Table of Constitutions and International Conventions -- 1. Free Expression and Personal Identification / Joseph Raz -- 2. Free Speech as Toleration / David A. J. Richards -- 3. Freedom of Speech and Expression: A Libertarian View / Jan Narveson -- 4. Freedom of Commercial Expression / Roger A. Shiner -- 5. Freedom of Expression and Choice of Language / Leslie Green -- 6. Hate Propaganda and Charter Rights / L. W. Sumner -- 7. An American's View of the Canadian Hate Speech Decisions / James Weinstein -- 8. Hate Propaganda in Canada / Joseph Magnet.
Summary This is a collection of essays based on papers read at a conference on freedom of expression held at McMaster University in May, 1990. Its contributors are philosophers and lawyers, each of whom brings his unique perspective to bear on issues surrounding the justification of free expression and the bases, both legal and moral, for restricting or broadening its scope. Joseph Magnet, Wayne Sumner and James Weinstein discuss legal attempts in America and Canada to restrict hate literature, while David Richards brings a specifically American perspective to wider issues of free speech. Joseph Raz and Jan Narveson attempt to ground their theories of free speech in a wider political theory, while Green and Shiner discuss more specific aspects of free expression, namely, the freedom to express oneself in the language of one's choice and freedom of commercial expression.
Other author Waluchow, Wilfrid J.
Subject Freedom of speech -- Canada -- Congresses.
Freedom of the press -- Canada -- Congresses.
Freedom of speech -- Congresses.
Freedom of the press -- Congresses.
ISBN 0198258003