Date of Submission

Spring 2020

Academic Program

Political Studies

Project Advisor 1

Simon Gilhooley

Abstract/Artist's Statement

In the ever ongoing process of modernizing and progressing the cause of humanity we continuously reevaluate the premises on which we build our societies in order to adjust or improve upon our theses of morality and justice; How we ought to live and what structures of authority should we surround ourselves in. The premise for which this analysis is concerned, is the concept of freedoms as relating to speech, thought and belief. This includes how we negotiate, interpersonally and at the level of legality, these “rights”. Particularly what are the limits and reasonable restrictions.

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