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Anno LIV, n. 224, gennaio-aprile 2019
The paper argues that there could be good prima facie reasons, from a liberal perspective, to restrict freedom of expression by prohibiting and punishing certain forms of hateful and offensive expressions towards oppressed social groups. In order to reach such a conclusion, it provides an interpretation of the harm principle and argues that hateful and offensive expressions could produce harms that are relevant for the application of that principle.