Posts Tagged ‘free speech’

Hitler and the Death of Free Speech

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015


Stephen Hicks’s article was published recently at The Savvy Street.

It was first published as two separate columns in The Good Life series as “Is Republishing Hitler’s Mein Kampf the Correct Decision?” and “Is Free Speech Dead in Universities?” and was translated into Portuguese as “Republicar Mein Kampf é a decisão correta?” and as “A liberdade de expressão está morta nas universidades?”.

Course on Free Speech & Censorship to be offered by Professor Hicks

Wednesday, October 8th, 2008

Professor Stephen Hicks will be teaching a course on Free Speech and Censorship during the spring 2009 semester at Rockford College. This course explores what the greatest minds in history have argued about free speech and censorship in art, politics, religion, business, science, and sex. Who should decide what books are read? Should pornography be censored? What about politically rebellious pamphlets? Or the advertising of tobacco on television? Or hate language that attacks a person’s sex, race, or ethnic origin? See the Free Speech & Censorship course flyer (PDF). For information on course dates and times please visit Rockford College’s IQ.Web.