Diritti umani e libertà di espressione. La priorità del principio della inviolabilità della "dignità umana" nella dichiarazione universale dei diritti umani e le sue implicazioni per una possibile "regolazione" della libertà di parola.

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The essay examines the issue of the conflict between libertarian and critical models of the right to freedom of expression on the possible regulatory problem of this right in relation to cases of "hate speech" and other forms of expression aimed at symbolic devaluation of time subjects once wounded and offended and to the perpetuation of relationships of domination. Through the analysis of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms is emphasized as already in those documents emerges the principle of inviolability of human dignity and of the equal respect of dignity and freedom of others as justification for a possible regulation of free speech applies in the case of hate speech.
Original languageItalian
Number of pages6
JournalLA CITTADELLA
VolumeLibertà di parola. Nè conformisti nè anticonformisti: pensanti - La cittadella - Rivista dell'Associazione culturale Elios.
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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