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Osgoode Hall Law Journal

Document Type

Article

Abstract

In his article, Richard Moon canvasses the two main theories of freedom of expression - one autonomy-based and the other democracy-based - and discusses their impact on the scope of freedom of expression. Concluding that neither theory gives a complete explanation of the freedom, Moon argues for a new theory based on the value of social interaction and community, and discusses how far protection of communication based on such a theory would extend.

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