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Speech restrictions that don't much affect the autonomy of speakers.(Symposium: Individual Autonomy and Free Speech)

Volokh, Eugene

Constitutional Commentary, Fall, 2011, Vol.27(2), p.347(13) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Speech restrictions that don't much affect the autonomy of speakers.(Symposium: Individual Autonomy and Free Speech)
  • Autor: Volokh, Eugene
  • Assuntos: Freedom Of Speech -- Laws, Regulations And Rules ; Autonomy (Political science) -- Laws, Regulations And Rules
  • É parte de: Constitutional Commentary, Fall, 2011, Vol.27(2), p.347(13)
  • Descrição: There is much that is persuasive in Ed Baker's and Seana Shiffrin's arguments. They make a strong case that the contribution of speech to self-expression, the contribution of speech to speakers' and listeners' lives as thinkers, and the interference of speech restrictions with speakers' and listeners' autonomy are important reasons to protect speech. Here, Volokh says it seems to him that their analysis cannot justify their conclusion that commercial speech and corporate-produced speech should be less constitutionally protected. To the extent this conclusion rests on the supposed lack of value of such speech to speakers, it shortchanges the interests of listeners. And to the extent this conclusion tries to show that the commercial and corporate-produced speech lacks autonomy or thinker-development value to listeners, it strikes him as unpersuasive.
  • Idioma: English

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