Absolutist free speech vs free speech with limits

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Sociology Essay INTRODUCTION (lead and thesis) A. The lead should move gradually towards the thesis. Begin by providing a general overview of competing free speech arguments between liberals (pluralistic versus absolutist perspectives). One or two (1-2) quotations are required for an introduction. B. Make a transition briefly outlining how these competing claims have come to an impasse concerning free speech debates. C. Make sure the introduction ends with a clear thesis summarizing the component sections that will be discussed and in what order (see below). TOPIC SENTENCES (3 in total) A. Body paragraph #1: For the first topic sentence, highlight the basic claims made by Ulrich Baer concerning free speech. What position does be adopt and why? (3 points and 3 quotations). B. Body paragraph #2: For the second topic sentence, highlight the basic claims made by Iona Italia concerning free speech. What position does she adopt and why? (3 points and 3 quotations). C. Body paragraph #3: For the third topic sentence, select which argument is more persuasive and explain why (3 points and 3 proofs as quotations). CONCLUSION A. restate the thesis B. briefly summarize the essay’s key points (one key point per body paragraph) C. provide a thought-provoking, interesting ending that summarizes the two competing opinions on free speech and why one is more persuasive (1-2 quotations).

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