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There is No Such Thing As Hate Speech: A Case For Absolute Freedom Of Expression

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A bold and audacious take on the subject of freedom of expression. Championing the cause of limit... Read More

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A bold and audacious take on the subject of freedom of expression. Championing the cause of limitless liberty, Ravi Shanker Kapoor builds his case on the platform of philosophy. He trashes the ‘hurting-the-sentiments’ and ‘offending-the-sensibilities’ notions as tricks to enslave humankind. He also slams fashionable liberals and others who peddle the myth of ‘Islamophobia’. His position is: ‘extremism in the defense of liberty.’

He argues for ‘extremism in the defense of liberty with cogent reasoning and relevant instances.

For him the enemies of liberty in our time are sophisticated people; multiculturalism is their armour, political correctness is their weapon, and postmodern jargon their camouflage.

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Title: There is No Such Thing As Hate Speech: A Case For Absolute Freedom Of Expression
Author: Kapoor Ravi Shankar
Publisher: Bloomsbury
ISBN: 9789386432636
SKU: BK0384788
EAN: 9789386432636
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

Ravi Shanker Kapoor holds a B.A. Mathematics degree from Hansraj College, Delhi University. As a journalist who has spent over 25 years in the profession, he has been associated with several newspapers such as The Financial Express and The Asian Age, and as a freelancer, he has contributed to Business Standard, The Wall Street Journal and The Indian Express, among others. Kapoor has also authored More Equal Than Others: A Study of the Indian Left (2000), a book about the huge intellectual influence communists enjoy. His second book, Failing the Promise: Irrelevance of the Vajpayee Government (2003), was about the failure of the BJP to provide a viable, rightwing alternative. The third one, How India’s Intellectuals Spread Lies (2007), unmasks the doublespeak of luminaries like Jawaharlal Nehru, Arundhati Roy, Khushwant Singh, Kuldip Nayar, and Mani Shankar Aiyar. Currently, he edits www.thehinduchronicle.com.

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