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PHIL 1050; Week 10 Notes.docx

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Philosophy
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PHIL 1050
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Paul Raymont

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PHIL 1050: Week 10 Notes 11/12/2012 10:25:00 AM Monday November 12th, 2012 Mill - Requirements for individual liberty, such as relevant capacity that are connected to anatomy - What do sound adults have that children, dementia-ridden elderly, etc. don’t have? - To be considered an adult of sound mind and liberty, one must have sound rationale - Should not ban anything unless context will breach peace - Not truly banning just stating that free speech must be done in a correct way - Hate speech cannot be done against groups categorized by colour, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation (in Criminal Code, section 319) - Keegstra case (1990): Alberta teacher who taught students that the Holocaust never happened - Ahenekew case - Hate speech can be a way to impede the search for the truth - Canadian Human Rights and Freedoms Act, section 13: not allowed to expose someone to hate to a particular group - Boisson case: expressed views on homosexuals to a newspaper, and someone filed a complaint against Boisson; he was then restricted from publishing anything on homosexuals again, forced to apologize publically and fined - Levant case: published cartoons and was not found to be gui
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