How Free should Free speech be? Philosophical Perspectives

Public Symposium
The School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry presents

How Free should Free Speech be? Philosophical Perspectives
Convenor: Duncan Ivison

Simone Chambers (Toronto)
‘Public reason under duress: what are the limits of civility in the public sphere?’
Philip Pettit (Princeton)
‘Free, undominated speech’
Jeremy Waldron (NYU)
‘Why call hate speech group libel?’
plus comments by Helen Irving (Sydney) and others.

Date: Wednesday, 15 July 2009
Place: Refectory, Quadrangle Building, The University of Sydney
Time: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
No registration fee, but booking is essential contact: sophi dot enquiries at usyd dot edu dot au

Travel subsidies are available for postgraduate students from outside the Sydney region. Please contact Elia Mamprin, via elia dot mamprin at usyd at edu at au

The symposium is made possible through the generous support of Professors John and Christine Furedy, alumni of the University of Sydney

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