Limits to freedom of expression

Journal of Value Inquiry 16 (1):47-58 (1982)
This article examines the bases and limits to the right to liberty of expression. Both the extreme libertarian and the orthodox liberal views are rejected. Against them, It is argued that the right to liberty is to be defended both as a prima facie intrinsic moral right derivative from man's autonomy and as a conditional right deriving from man's right to access to intrinsic goods including knowledge, True belief, Self-Development. The rights so derived are not absolute rights, But rights to be limited by concern for justice, Other rights, Morality, Knowledge and true belief, And morality
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