Redefreiheit

Prinzipien für eine vernetzte Welt

Author: Timothy Garton Ash

Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG

ISBN: 3446254250

Category: Political Science

Page: 688

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Noch nie konnten so viele Menschen wie heute ihre Meinung auf der ganzen Welt verbreiten. Internet und Globalisierung haben eine neue Epoche der Redefreiheit möglich gemacht, gleichzeitig provozieren sie neue kulturelle und religiöse Konflikte. Müssen wir rassistische Kommentare auf Facebook hinnehmen? Darf Satire den Propheten Mohammed verhöhnen? 2011 hat Timothy Garton Ash eine Debatte angestoßen, seitdem diskutieren Teilnehmer aus der ganzen Welt die Frage, wie wir in Zukunft vernünftig unsere Standpunkte austauschen, wie wir das Recht auf Redefreiheit genauso wie die Würde Andersdenkender sichern können. Es ist der Stoff für sein neues Buch: Ein Standardwerk zur Redefreiheit im 21. Jahrhundert.
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Jeder stirbt für sich allein

Ungekürzte und kommentierte Ausgabe

Author: Hans Fallada

Publisher: Null Papier Verlag

ISBN: 3962813179

Category: Fiction

Page: 883

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*** Ungekürzte und kommentierte Ausgabe *** Falladas schonungslose Abrechnung mit dem Nazi-Regime Erzählt wird die Geschichte eines einstmals harmlosen Berliner Ehepaares und dessen aussichtslosen Widerstandes gegen Hitler und seine Schergen. Das Ehepaar Quangel sind „die kleinen Leute von nebenan“. Sie versuchen im Berlin 1940er zu überleben, als längst schon niemand mehr an den Endsieg glaubt. Sie haben sich mehr schlecht als recht arrangiert. Was bleibt ihnen auch anderes übrig in einer Atmosphäre der Gewalt und der permanent drohenden Denunziation durch willfährige Speichellecker des Regimes. Doch alles ändert sich, als ihr Sohn in diesem furchtbaren Krieg fällt. Was kann Hitler ihnen jetzt noch antun? Sie wollen Widerstand leisten. Sie schreiben Botschaften auf Karten und verteilen sie in der Stadt. Doch die Gestapo ist ihnen schon auf den Fersen. Ein Buch, das ob seiner Härte und Klarheit nichts anders machen kann als betroffen, wie schreibt doch Fallada im Vorwort: »... mehr Helligkeit hätte Lüge bedeutet. « Er sieht das kranke, gelblich weiße Gesicht Annas vor sich, wieder hört er ihre Anklage, er ist jetzt zu einer ganz ungewohnten Stunde unterwegs, diesen Schwätzer Barkhausen an der Seite, heute Abend ist die Trudel bei ihnen, es wird Tränen geben, endloses Gerede – und er, Otto Quangel, liebt doch so sehr das Gleichmaß des Lebens, den immer gleichen Arbeitstag, der möglichst gar kein besonderes Ereignis bringt. Schon der Sonntag ist ihm fast eine Störung. Und nun soll alles eine Weile durcheinandergehen, und wahrscheinlich wird die Anna nie wieder die, die sie einst war. Das war zu tief aus ihr gekommen, dieses ›Du und dein Hitler‹. Das hatte wie Hass geklungen. Null Papier Verlag www.null-papier.de
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Freedom of Speech

Author: Alan Allport

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 1438106017

Category: Freedom of speech

Page: 109

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Discusses the 1st Amendment right to free speech, with particular emphasis on defining and limiting dangerous speech, obscene expression, and the freedom of the press.
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Freedom of Speech and Press

Exceptions to the First Amendment

Author: Henry Cohen

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1437925553

Category: Freedom of speech

Page: 36

View: 1933

This report provides an overview of the major exceptions to the First Amendment ¿ of the ways that the Supreme Court has interpreted the guarantee of freedom of speech and press to provide no protection or only limited protection for some types of speech. Contents: Intro.; Obscenity; Child Pornography; Content-Based Restrictions; Non-Content-Based Restrictions; Prior Restraint; Commercial Speech; Defamation; Speech Harmful to Children; Children¿s First Amend. Rights; Time, Place, and Manner Restrictions; Incidental Restrictions; Symbolic Speech; Compelled Speech; Radio and TV; Freedom of Speech and Gov¿t. Funding; Free Speech Rights of Gov¿t. Employees and Gov¿t. Contractors; and Public Forum Doctrine.
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Freedom of Speech

Words are Not Deeds

Author: Harry M. Bracken

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275947194

Category: Law

Page: 159

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A philosophical framework within which the free speech clause of the US Constitution's First Amendment may be understood. This study offers an historically-based thesis illuminating the absolutist quality of the free-speech clause and the philosophical dualism (words/deeds) on which it is based.
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Freedom of Expression

Author: James J. Magee

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313313844

Category: History

Page: 328

View: 417

This student resource traces 11 freedom of expression issues that have polarized the nation.
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Freedom of Speech and Its Limits

Author: Wojciech Sadurski

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402002816

Category: Philosophy

Page: 240

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In authoritarian states, the discourse on freedom of speech, conducted by those opposed to non-democratic governments, focuses on the core aspects of this freedom: on a right to criticize the government, a right to advocate theories arid ideologies contrary to government-imposed orthodoxy, a right to demand institutional reforms, changes in politics, resignation of the incompetent and the corrupt from positions of authority. The claims for freedom of speech focus on those exercises of freedom that are most fundamental and most beneficial to citizens - and which are denied to them by the government. But in a by-and large democratic polity, where these fundamental benefits of freedom of speech are generally enjoyed by the citizens, the public and scholarly discourse on freedom of speech hovers about the peripheries of that freedom; the focus is on its outer boundaries rather than at the central territory of freedom of speech. Those borderline cases, in which people who are otherwise genuinely committed to the core aspects of freedom of speech may sincerely disagree, include pornography, racist hate speech and religious bigoted expressions, defamation of politicians and of private persons, contempt of court, incitement to violence, disclosure of military or commercial secrets, advertising of merchandise such as alcohol or cigarettes or of services and entertainment such as gambling and prostitution.
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Hate Speech and Freedom of Speech in Australia

Author: Katharine Gelber,Adrienne Sarah Ackary Stone

Publisher: Federation Press

ISBN: 9781862876538

Category: Law

Page: 238

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Hate speech laws have existed in various forms in Australia for well over a decade. Unlike other countries, such as the United States and Canada, they have not faced constitutional hurdles to their existence. The general acceptance of hate speech laws in Australia opens intellectual space for the exploration of a range of interesting questions regarding the laws' operation, the underlying values they pursue and the context within which hate speech is occurring. How should the regulation of hate speech be balanced against Australia's political and cultural commitment to freedom of speech? Who are the hate speakers and how does their speech manifest? What types of hate speech are targeted by existing laws? How are these laws enforced? How can the laws be changed to improve governments' response to hate speech? How does the emergence of bills of rights affect the regulation of hate speech? Drawing on a broad range of academic and practical experts, this book addresses these questions. The essays in first part of this book outline the landscape within which hate speech regulation occurs. They include consideration of the legal, policy and historical context for vilification, the ways in which the language of hatred is changing, and a new look at the longstanding debate about the tension between freedom of speech and hate speech as a conflict between liberty and equality. In part two, the book considers the practice of hate speech regulation in a variety of Australian institutions and includes practical perspectives from the legal profession. In the final part the essays consider hate speech regulation within a broader human rights framework, taking into account the emergence of bills of rights in Australian states.
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Beyond the First Amendment

The Politics of Free Speech and Pluralism

Author: Samuel P. Nelson

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9780801881732

Category: History

Page: 226

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Political theorist Samuel P. Nelson argues that the law of the First Amendment has supplanted the vital politics of free speech. After considering three philosophies commonly used to justify speech protection, Nelson pushes the debate beyond constitutional and legal questions by advocating an approach grounded in value pluralism.
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Human Liberty and Freedom of Speech

Author: C. Edwin Baker

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780195360028

Category: Law

Page: N.A

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Although an inchoate liberty theory of freedom of speech has deep roots in Supreme Court decisions and political history, it has been overshadowed in judicial decisions and scholarly commentary by the marketplace of ideas theory. In this book, Baker critiques the assumptions required by the marketplace of ideas theory and develops the liberty theory, showing its philosophical soundness, persuasiveness, and ability to protect free speech. He argues that First Amendment liberty rights (as well as Fourteenth Amendment equality rights) required by political or moral theory are central to the possibility of progressive change. Problem areas are examined, including the question of whether individual political and civil rights can in principle be distinguished from property rights, freedom of the press, and the use of public spaces for expressive purposes.
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Freedom of Speech and the Press

Author: Ian C. Friedman

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 1438100264

Category: Freedom of speech

Page: 128

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American democracy owes much to the rights guaranteed to individuals in the U.S. Constitution and specifically in its first 10 amendments, known as the Bill of Rights. Each book in the new six-volume American Rights set provides the history of a specific right or rights, from the right to vote to the right to bear arms. The volumes begin with brief colonial history, discussing the war fought by American Revolutionaries to gain independence from Great Britain - and their opportunity to decide what rights every American should possess. Coverage also includes later and ongoing struggles by groups such as women and people of color to gain these rights - both in law and in practice. Students will learn to appreciate the value of these rights by reading of the battles fought to secure them and, in some cases, by learning of their relative rarity around the world. Graphs, maps, photographs, and box features enhance the lively and accessible narrative, calling out important details and bringing this exciting material to life. Providing a wealth of information, American Rights is a thought-provoking, must-have set perfect for the young readers of today.
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Art and Freedom of Speech

Author: Randall P. Bezanson

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252034430

Category: Art

Page: 313

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Art on trial: exploring the Supreme Court's rulings on free expression
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Freedom of Speech

A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution

Author: Keith Werhan

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313319976

Category: Law

Page: 176

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The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) provides workers with minimum wage, overtime pay, and child labor protections. The FLSA covers most, but not all, private and public sector employees. In addition, certain employers and employees are exempt from coverage. Provisions of the FLSA that are of current interest to Congress include the basic minimum wage, subminimum wage rates, exemptions from overtime and the minimum wage for persons who provide companionship services, the exemption for employees in computer-related occupations, compensatory time in lieu of overtime pay, and break time for nursing mothers. The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) recognizes the right of employees to engage in collective bargaining through representatives of their own choosing. By "encouraging the practice and procedure of collective bargaining," the Act attempts to mitigate and eliminate labor-related obstructions to the free flow of commerce. Although union membership has declined dramatically since the 1950s, congressional interest in the NLRA remains significant. This book provides an overview of both the Fair Labor Standards Act and the National Labor Relations Act with a focus on coverage, amendments and policy.
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Contested Words

Legal Restrictions on Freedom of Speech in Liberal Democracies

Author: Ian Cram

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9780754623656

Category: Law

Page: 233

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In modern liberal democracies, rights-based judicial intervention in the policy choices of elected bodies has always been controversial. For some, judicial intervention has tended to trivialize and impoverish democratic politics. For others, judges are better understood as contributing to a healthy dialogue between the different spheres of the constitution. This book offers a contribution to on-going debates surrounding the judicial role in protecting human rights in western society.
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Free Speech in Classical Antiquity

Author: Ineke Sluiter,Ralph Rosen

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9047405684

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 462

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This book contains a diverse collection of essays on the notion of “Free Speech” in classical antiquity. The essays examine such concepts as “freedom of speech,” “self-expression,” and “censorship,” in ancient Greek and Roman culture from historical, philosophical, and literary perspectives.
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Democracy and the problem of free speech

Author: Cass R. Sunstein

Publisher: Free Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: History

Page: 326

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The right to free speech is invoked to protect an astonishing range of activities, a range that seems to expand every day. Newspapers publish the names of rape victims, flags are burned, pornography flourishes, and all of these controversial actions are protected under the constitutional right of free speech. The Supreme Court increasingly decides disputes by invoking the First Amendment. Civil libertarians, former antiwar protesters, and tobacco advertisers join revisionist conservatives in attacking almost all forms of censorship, extending the search to the farthest reaches of commercial and symbolic speech. In short, we are in the midst of a revolution of absolutist interpretations of free expression. The absolutists are misguided, argues Cass Sunstein. Our government now protects speech that causes harm yet forbids speech that is essential, he says. Instead, we should conceive of free speech first and foremost as a means to achieve civic deliberation and true popular sovereignty. Building on James Madison, Sunstein proposes a "New Deal" for the first Amendment, a new interpretation that attacks undifferentiated absolutism and replaces it with a vision of responsible public life. Sunstein examines broadcasting, campaign finance, hate speech, pornography, government art funding, commercial speech, and the privacy of rape victims. He insists that political speech, essential for the functioning of any democracy, must not only be protected, but encouraged. If the government, say were to use broadcasting markets to encourage attention to public issues and diverse points of view, the First Amendment would not stand in the way. Nonpolitical speech, on the other hand, should be less fullyprotected when it conflicts with other interests and rights such as that of privacy. Democracy cannot achieve its full potential with a stunted public discourse. Instant polls and 900 numbers may seem to increase political participation, but they are no substitute for reasoned and careful public deliberation. In Democracy and the Problem of Free Speech, Cass Sunstein points the way toward a renewal of American democracy and a reaffirmation of political equality.
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Freedom of Speech

The History of an Idea

Author: Elizabeth Powers

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1611483662

Category: History

Page: 227

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The essays in this volume portray the public debates concerning freedom of speech in the 18th century in France and Britain as well as Austria, Denmark, Russia, and Spain and its American territories. The economic integration of Europe and its offshoots over the past three centuries into a distinctive cultural product, "the West," has given rise to a triumphant universalist narrative that masks these disparate national contributions to freedom of speech and other liberal rights.
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Freedom of Speech: Volume 21

Author: Ellen Frankel Paul,Fred D. Miller,Jeffrey Paul

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521603751

Category: Philosophy

Page: 439

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This volume examine the history of free speech doctrine.
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