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Ya, That's great. Sometimes, I loved the democratic debates especially in universities like Oxford and Cambridge.
Agreed. Milo Yianapolis said it best "your feelings don't have rights, and your feelings don't trump my rights to speech".
You are focusing to what I asked. Thanks. Freedom to communicate different and should be the fundamental right and should not create burden on others. We often more or less punish prisoners by reducing this right.
Thanks for sharing your view
I agree with you manatita44
Thanks for your comment
And who gets to decide if something is "respect" or not?
And are you really suggesting that only people who can be "sophisticated" can have free speech?
But, I think the way of sophisticated talks may also misused. So we need proper legislation on what can be said and what can't.
Which is another issue, entirely. Legislation on speech should never curtail freedom of speech. It should never have a chilling effect. Especially when one "side" gets to say anything, but the other "side" is denied the same freedom.