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" Liberty of criticism must be allowed, or we should have neither purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science. That publication, therefore, I shall never consider as a libel... "
A Treatise on the Law of Slander, Libel, Scandalum Magnatum, and False ... - Strana 272
autor/autoři: Thomas Starkie - 1813 - 688 str.
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The General Principles of the Law of Evidence: In Their Application to the ...

Frank Sumner Rice - 1894 - 979 str.
...allowed, or we should have neither purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....That publication, therefore, I shall never consider a libel which has for its object not to injure the reputation of any individual, but to correct misrepresentation...
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Dramatic and Musical Law: Being a Digest of the Law Relating to Theatres and ...

Albert Ambrose Strong - 1898 - 155 str.
...allowed, or we should neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality." It was also said in the well-known case of Whistler v. Ruskinf :—"A critic must confine himself to...
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The Law of Libel and Slander in Civil and Criminal Cases: As Administered in ...

Martin L. Newell - 1898 - 1025 str.
...allowed, or we should have neither purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science. That publication, therefore, I should never consider as a libel which has for its object not to injure the reputation of any individual,...
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Dramatic and Musical Law: Being a Digest of the Law Relating to Theatres and ...

Albert Ambrose Strong - 1901 - 184 str.
...allowed, or we should neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality." It was also said in the well-known case of Whistler v. Ruskinf : — "A critic must confine himself...
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A Digest of the Law of Libel and Slander: And of Actions on the Case for ...

William Blake Odgers - 1905 - 921 str.
...allowed, or we should neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....injure the reputation of any individual, but to correct the misrepresentations of fact, to refute sophistical reasoning, to expose a vicious taste in literature,...
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Lawyers' Reports Annotated, Kniha 32

1905
...Townshend, Slander & Libel, 4th ed. pp.450, 451, 463, 464. Tbat publication is not to be considered a libel which has for its object, not to injure the reputation of anyone, but to correct misrepre sentations of fact, to refute sophistical reasoning to expose a vicious...
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Encyclopædia of the Laws of England with Forms and Precedents by ..., Svazek 6

1907
...allowed, or we should neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....publication therefore I shall never consider as a libel, whicli has for its object, not to injure the reputation of any individual, but to correct misrepresentations...
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The Law of Slander and Libel: Including the Practice, Pleading, and Evidence ...

Henry Coleman Folkard - 1908 - 711 str.
...neither of Criticism have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essen- * tially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality." Every man who publishes a book commits himself to the judgment of the public, and any one may comment...
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The Eclectic Practice of Medicine

William Byrd Powell, Robert Safford Newton - 1911 - 1068 str.
...allowed, or we should have neither purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....That publication therefore I shall never consider libel which has for its object, not to injure the reputation of any individual, but to correct misapprehension...
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British Ruling Cases from Courts of Great Britain, Canada, Ireland ..., Svazek 3

1914
...allowed, or we should neither have purity of taste nor of morals. Fair discussion is essentially necessary to the truth of history and the advancement of science....literature, or to censure what is hostile to morality." An author, artist, or actor who offers a production or performance to the public, commits it to the...
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