Repost-From virtual philosopher: ‘Free Speech: notes and links for course at Free Word Centre’

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Some links and notes to J.S. Mill’s ‘On Liberty’.

‘The limit of freedom for Mill was the point were an individual’s actions risked harming other people. This is his so-called Harm Principle, and he applies it throughout the book.’

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