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Voltaire on Freedom of Speech

If free speech ever becomes suffocating, this means no one is listening to one another. Your utterances will reverberate off the echo chambers of one and the broadcasted paranoia of whoever will listen. And yet, all I hear is crickets!

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Voltaire on Freedom of Speech

I disapprove of what you say, but will defend to the death your right to say it.

- Voltaire (1694-1778)

Freedom of Speech is Suffocating - And Yet Another Möbius by planksip®

Freedom of Speech is Suffocating - And Yet Another Möbius by planksip®

Voltaire on Freedom of Speech

If free speech ever becomes suffocating, this means no one is listening to one another. Your utterances will reverberate off the echo chambers of one and the broadcasted paranoia of whoever will listen. And yet, all I hear is crickets!


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Published 3 months ago