why has freedom of speech become the home to absolute turds

Discussion in 'theory, philosophy & history' started by likesfish, Nov 25, 2017.

  1. Idris2002

    Idris2002 the liberation forces make movies of their own

    The 'marketplace of ideas' is not a marketplace. It is a battlefield.
    Pickman's model likes this.
  2. likesfish

    likesfish officaly hardest and most tooled up urbanite:)

    This is the sick counties you cant come here and preach religious hatred you havnt even brought any guns with you :rolleyes:.
    Its a shame they didnt take their snatch landrover back to its natural home.
    Plus wittering on about muslims they didnt even specify if they meant catholic or protestant muslims:confused::D
  3. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    No, LOVE is a battlefield. The marketplace of ideas is an ARENA.
  4. MadeInBedlam

    MadeInBedlam Arm the mentally ill

    this is giving me agoraphobia.
  5. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Every man and every woman is a star

  6. Idris2002

    Idris2002 the liberation forces make movies of their own

    Two cunts enter, no cunts leave.
  7. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    Just as long as one of the cunts is Niall Ferguson.
  8. dshl

    dshl Well-Known Member

    Someone on this thread said freedom of speech is either an absolute or non-existent (difficult to find as scrolling on a small phone).

    No one seemed to challenge this, so I'll add to it:

    There is no objective black hole where we can get our limits and responsibilities from. Where protection of speech ends is decided by those whose speech probably doesn't need protecting.

    Limits and responsibilities in regards to what opinions we can express are and will always be defined through a political lens.

    Bit tired when writing this but it seems to me that 'paradoxical' is not a bad word to describe limits and responsibilities on freedom of speech if a purpose is to protect dissenting voices.
    likesfish likes this.

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