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Free speech and hate speech: language and rights

By Jennifer Hornsby

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Book synopsis: Quasi ogni aspetto dell’esperienza umana sembra essere legato all’idea di normatività. Ma cosa sono le norme? Che cosa le giustifica? A chi, in quale misura e perché si applicano? Che rapporto hanno con i fatti e i valori? Questo volume (corredato di un’amplissima bibliografia) affronta tali questioni dal punto di vista della filosofia del linguaggio, della teoria della conoscenza, della morale, della filosofia del diritto e dell’azione

Topics: phil
Publisher: Quodlibet
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.bbk.ac.uk.oai2:158

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