Pornography and Censorship

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Bonnelle Strickling, with David Copp and Susan Wendell


Selected Bibliography of Academic and Popular Philosophy

Allen. "What Those Women Want in Pornography." The Humanist ( November/ December 1978).

Amdur, R. "Scanlon on Freedom of Expression". Philosophy and Public Affairs 9 (Spring 1980).

Baier, Kurt. "Response: The Liberal Approach to Pornography". University of Pittsburgh Law Review 40 ( 1979).

Baker, Robert and Elliston, Frederick, eds. Philosophy and Sex. Buffalo, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 1975.

Barnett, W. "Eroticism: The Disease of Our Age". Film and Filming ( January 1961).

Barron, Jerome. Freedom of the Press for Whom? Bloomington, Ind.: University of Indiana Press, 1973.

Beauvoir, Simone de. "Must We Burn Sade?" In The Marquis de Sade. London: New English Library, 1972.

Berger, Fred. Freedom of Expression. Belmont, Ca.: Wadsworth Publishing Co., 1980.

Berlin, Isaiah. "Two Concepts of Liberty". In Four Essays on Liberty. London: Oxford University Press, 1969.

Berns, Walter. "Pornography vs. Democracy: The Case for Censorship". The Public Interest 22 (Winter 1971).

Buchanan, A. "Autonomy and Categories of Expression: A Reply to Professor Scanlon". University of Pittsburgh Law Review 40 ( 1979).

Care, Norman S., and Trelogan, Thomas K., eds. Issues in Law and Morality. Cleveland: Case Western Reserve University, 1973.

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