„There are no protections of autonomy and free speech.“

The Liberals' Mistake (1987)
Contexto: Liberals placed an unreasonable amount of faith in large institutions: unions, foundations, big government, large corporations, and universities. These institutions are based on principles that are antithetical to democracy. They are not democratic, they are hierarchical: Someone is at the top and everybody else is at the bottom. Their policies are not made democratically, they are made at the top. These institutions are also not egalitarian. They operate by administrative discretion and authority, not the rule of law: There is no legislature, no group lawmaking body.
The individual in the large organization does not have the kind of constitutional rights that an individual in the society at large has. There are no protections of autonomy and free speech. Employees can be fired for many reasons. We need to constitutionalize large organizations to protect the people within them, to ensure that they can be politically outspoken.

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—  Newton Lee American computer scientist

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„The real hate speech is not allowing free speech.“

—  Geert Wilders Dutch politician 1963

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„Think of "free speech", not "free beer".“

—  Richard Stallman American software freedom activist, short story writer and computer programmer, founder of the GNU project 1953

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„The remedy for the abuse of free speech is more speech.“

—  Mike Godwin, livro Cyber Rights

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„There can be no free speech in a mob: free speech is one thing a mob can't stand.“

—  Northrop Frye Canadian literary critic and literary theorist 1912 - 1991

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„Free speech is the whole thing, the whole ball game. Free speech is life itself.“

—  Salman Rushdie British Indian novelist and essayist 1947

Address at Columbia University (1991)
Contexto: "Our lives teach us who we are." I have learned the hard way that when you permit anyone else's description of reality to supplant your own — and such descriptions have been raining down on me, from security advisers, governments, journalists, Archbishops, friends, enemies, mullahs — then you might as well be dead. Obviously, a rigid, blinkered, absolutist world view is the easiest to keep hold of, whereas the fluid, uncertain, metamorphic picture I've always carried about is rather more vulnerable. Yet I must cling with all my might to … my own soul; must hold on to its mischievous, iconoclastic, out-of-step clown-instincts, no matter how great the storm. And if that plunges me into contradiction and paradox, so be it; I've lived in that messy ocean all my life. I've fished in it for my art. This turbulent sea was the sea outside my bedroom window in Bombay. It is the sea by which I was born, and which I carry within me wherever I go.
"Free speech is a non-starter," says one of my Islamic extremist opponents. No, sir, it is not. Free speech is the whole thing, the whole ball game. Free speech is life itself.

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„Anarchism says, Make no laws whatever concerning speech, and speech will be free“

—  Voltairine de Cleyre American anarchist writer and feminist 1866 - 1912

Anarchism & American Traditions (1908)
Contexto: What has Anarchism to say to all this, this bankruptcy of republicanism, this modern empire that has grown up on the ruins of our early freedom? We say this, that the sin our fathers sinned was that they did not trust liberty wholly. They thought it possible to compromise between liberty and government, believing the latter to be "a necessary evil," and the moment the compromise was made, the whole misbegotten monster of our present tyranny began to grow. Instruments which are set up to safeguard rights become the very whip with which the free are struck.
Anarchism says, Make no laws whatever concerning speech, and speech will be free; so soon as you make a declaration on paper that speech shall be free, you will have a hundred lawyers proving that "freedom does not mean abuse, nor liberty license"; and they will define and define freedom out of existence. Let the guarantee of free speech be in every man's determination to use it, and we shall have no need of paper declarations. On the other hand, so long as the people do not care to exercise their freedom, those who wish to tyrannize will do so; for tyrants are active and ardent, and will devote themselves in the name of any number of gods, religious and otherwise, to put shackles upon sleeping men.

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„None but the dead have free speech.“

—  Mark Twain American author and humorist 1835 - 1910

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„Speech should be fruitful as well as free.“

—  Zechariah Chafee American judicial philosopher and civil libertarian 1885 - 1957

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„If I have the right to free speech, it doesn't interfere with your right to free speech. But if I have property, that interferes with your right to have that property“

—  Noam Chomsky american linguist, philosopher and activist 1928

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Contexto: Property rights are not like other rights, contrary to what Madison and a lot of modern political theory says. If I have the right to free speech, it doesn't interfere with your right to free speech. But if I have property, that interferes with your right to have that property, you don't have it, I have it. So the right to property is very different from the right to freedom of speech. This is often put very misleadingly about rights of property; property has no right. But if we just make sense out of this, maybe there is a right to property, one could debate that, but it's very different from other rights.

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„Science can flourish only in an atmosphere of free speech“

—  Albert Einstein German-born physicist and founder of the theory of relativity 1879 - 1955

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Contexto: A dictatorship means muzzles all round and consequently stultification. Science can flourish only in an atmosphere of free speech.

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„Conservative pundits have a remarkable amount of free speech.“

—  Michael Parenti American academic 1933

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