Freedom of speech and the function of rhetoric in the united states seeks to illuminate the ways in which cultural framing diminishes the complexity of free speech and sublimates a range of value choices. This book is about freedom of speech and public discourse in the united states freedom of speech is a major component of the cultural context in which we live think work and write generally revered as the foundation of true democracy. Contents introduction the function of rhetoric at the present time freedom of speech in the united states publicness and models of the public sphere parrhesia and in the democratic state freedom of speech in the twentieth century free speech and hate speech in the age of the internet conclusion. Freedom of speech and the function of rhetoric in the united states edition by michael donnelly and publisher lexington books save up to 80 by choosing the etextbook option for isbn 9781498513562 1498513565. Freedom of speech and the function of rhetoric in the united states michael donnelly jc 591 d65 2017 liberalism divided freedom of speech and the many uses of state power owen m fiss
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