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Freedom of Speech is a political belief that the government should not regulate forms of speech merely because it dislikes said speech. Use this tag to discuss the broader theory, or laws that restrict speech

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The phrase "I don't tolerate the intolerant" is known as the paradox of tolerance. While this phrase seems to be self-contradicting, it illustrates a fundamental obstacle for those who want a toleran …
answered Jul 23 '17 by Philipp
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In 1989, a large number of Chinese citizens did exactly this on Tiananmen Square. The reaction by the Chinese govenment was to declare martial law and order the army to attack the protesters with let …
answered May 21 '19 by Philipp
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Facebook is not a government organization. It is a private company. As such, the first amendment does not restrict its right to free speech, it protects it. As a private company, they can decide what …
answered Feb 26 '19 by Philipp
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This is not a valid dichotomy, because "identity politics" simply means an election campaign strategy of saying "Vote for us if you belong to [demographic] because we are the party of [demographic]". …
answered Jul 21 '17 by Philipp
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In those jurisdictions where one enjoys the right to freedom of speech, it usually only applies to the actual government. While the government is not allowed to limit your freedom of speech, this does …
answered May 8 '16 by Philipp