View Poll Results: What's the relationship between expression, impression, and freedom of speech?

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  • Expression and impression are different, universal freedom of speech

    0 0%
  • Expression and impression are the same, universal freedom of speech

    4 100.00%
  • Expression and impression are different, contextual freedom of speech

    0 0%
  • Expression and impression are the same, contextual freedom of speech

    0 0%
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Thread: Expression, Impression, and Free Speech

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    Expression, Impression, and Free Speech

    Two questions here.

    One, is it possible to express oneself WITHOUT making an impression?

    Two, are people entitled to universal or contextual freedom of speech?

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    Re: Expression, Impression, and Free Speech

    I just wanted to thank nick and Medusa for voting so far.

    The lack of responses despite being viewed so much is kind of ironic though. It's as if the forum's proving expression can't exist without impression, and nothing's been unlocked (or freed up) to talk about.

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