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Imprint:Aldershot [Hants, England] ; Brookfield [Vt.] : Ashgate/Dartmouth, c2000.
Description:2 v. ; 25 cm.
Series:International library of essays in law and legal theory. Second series
Subject:Freedom of speech -- United States.
Freedom of speech.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Alexander, Larry. 1943-
ISBN:1840147717 (hardback)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Table of Contents:
  • Volume I. Foundations
  • The impossibility of a free speech principle
  • Must speech be special?
  • Focus: Action Regulated or Government Reason?: Flag desecration: a case study in the roles of categorization and balancing in the 1st Amendment analysis
  • Trouble on track 2: incidental regulations of speech and free speech theory
  • Legal theory, low value speech
  • Free speech and speaker's intent
  • Name index
  • Volume II. Doctrine
  • Content and Categories: Restrictions of speech because of its content: the peculiar case of subject matter restrictions
  • Content regulation and the 1st Amendment
  • Freedom of speech
  • Categories and the 1st Amendment: a play in 3 acts
  • Uncoupling free speech
  • The Concepts of the Public Forum and Public Discourse: Between governance and management: the history and theory of the public forum
  • Constitutional concept of public discourse: outrageous opinion, democratic deliberation and Hustler magazine v. Falwell
  • Insults and Incitements: Insults and epithets; are they protected speech?
  • Racist speech, democracy and the 1st Amendment
  • Banning hate speech and the sticks and stones defense
  • Speech and the Affirmative State: Government subsidies and free expression
  • Principles, institutions and the 1st Amendment
  • Name index
  • Freedom of Speech: A theory of freedom of expression
  • Persuasion, autonomy and freedom of expression
  • Scope of the 1st Amendment: freedom of speech
  • The value of free speech
  • Neutral principles and some 1st Amendment problems
  • Free speech justifications
  • Epistemic paternalism: communication control and law and society