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Obscenity and public morality

Harry M. Clor

Obscenity and public morality

censorship in a liberal society

by Harry M. Clor

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Obscenity (Law) -- United States.,
  • Censorship -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 302-305.

    Statement[by] Harry M. Clor.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF9444 .C53
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 315 p.
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17752750M

      The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. the prerogative to define and prosecute obscenity as they see fit, even though no .   The idea that public morality is going to result in any lasting happiness while private morality spirals down is a pipe dream. I see little value in seeing this as a “vs.” conflict. Private morality and public morality rise together or fall together. Neither is a conservative or liberal thing. Let’s explore morality in all its manifestations.

      The Article contends that the best way of understanding the cases is to view them as part of the push by mid-twentieth century courts to “demoralize” the law of obscenity, that is to reject, minimize, or ignore the government’s contention that obscenity laws were needed to promote and protect public : Carlos A. Ball. Pornography, Public Morality, and Constitutional Rights Octo November 2, By Robert P. George Every member of the community has an interest in the quality of the culture that will shape their experiences, their quality of life, and the choices effectively available to them and their children.

    If a couple, married or otherwise, dares to lock lips in public in our country, self-proclaimed guardians of public morality are immediately up in arms over their alleged act of “obscenity”. A recent Delhi High Court judgement, dismissing obscenity charges against a young, married couple caught kissing in public, seems to have turned the. Rejecting “Moral Harm” as a ground under Obscenity Law I. THE INDIAN LAW ON OBSCENITY The Indian law on obscenity is primarily found in Section of the Indian Penal Code1, which declares any form of representation, including those in the form of books, pamphlets, paintings, drawings or any other object obscene if itFile Size: KB.


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Obscenity and Public Morality: Censorship in a Liberal Society. Clor, Harry M. Challenging both the extreme libertarians and the extreme moralists, this book explores the public interest in moral norms and moral character and discusses how that interest is best served.

BOOK REVIEWS OBSCENITY AND PUBLIC MORALITY by Harry M. Clor. Chi-cago: University of Chicago Press,pp., $ Professor Clor views the problem of obscenity as a prototype of a pervasive and permanent political problem of society resolvable only by coming to agreement on underlying principles.

His avowed three-fold aim of analysis. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Clor, Harry M., Obscenity and public morality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, © (OCoLC) A cursory survey of the early Obscenity and public morality book law's response to many areas of behaviour commonly regarded as socially illicit, would have generated, and did generate, much anxiety for any professional moralist, especially those of an Evangelical persuasion.

This chapter shows that while subject to a disparate body of penalties, prostitution, gambling, and sales of indecent publications were. These chapters fundamentally refresh our understanding of the way texts had to negotiate the moral and legal minefields of public reception.

The book is original in the historical period it covers, starting in and bringing debates about fiction, obscenity, and censorship up to the present day. George: Read my book, Making Men Moral: Civil Liberties and Public Morality, which attacks the idea that there can be morally neutral law, or laws that are morally neutral.

There is morality that. CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER AND MORALITY I. PUBLIC ORDER AND SAFETY LAWS OFFENSES A. Intended to protect the general public by dealing Obscenity may take the form of a book, magazine, newspaper, picture, drawing, photograph, motion picture, statue, or recording.

The Customs Law of barred theFile Size: 49KB. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: xii, pages ; 22 cm. Contents: Foreword / C. Herman Pritchett --Introduction: the law and the obscene --The evolution of standards in the Roth case --Aftermath of Roth --The First Amendment and the free society: libertarian views --Effects of obscenity: the arguments and the evidence --Law, virtue.

Lady Chatterley trial - 50 years on. The filthy book that set us free and fettered us forever The end of the Chatterley ban, wrote Philip Larkin, was when sex began.

Obscenity is a kind of mind pollution and a social problem affecting the society at large. It can be defined as any picture, photograph, figure, article, write up, video, etc.

or a public act which depraves or corrupts the mind and which appeals to the prurient interests or which is against the acceptable social moral standards would be called obscene and vulgar. At the opposite extreme a theocracy may equate public morality with religious instruction, and give both the equal force of law.

Public morality often means regulation of sexual matters, including prostitution and homosexuality, but also matters of dress and nudity, pornography, acceptability in social terms of cohabitation before marriage, and the protection of children.

Free Online Library: Obscenity, morality, and the First Amendment: the first LGBT rights cases before the Supreme Court.(Introduction through II. The First Two Times That Sexual Orientation Issues Came Before the Supreme Court A. One, Inc. Olesen, p. ) by "Columbia Journal of Gender and Law"; Women's issues/gender studies Freedom of speech Laws, regulations and rules.

The very idea of protecting public health and morals invokes the gloomy spectre of the morally paternalistic state; the judge unfamiliar with, and horrified by, ‘cunnilinctus’ [sic], the trial of Lady Chatterley’s Lover, the prosecution of the artist Richard Norman Gibson for his freeze-dried foetus concept of ‘public health or morals’ is itself chimerical, controversial.

Obscenity, Censorship, and the First Amendment Atlantic writings from the turn of the twentieth century forward on the fraught battleground between freedom of speech and public morality Ryder KesslerAuthor: Ryder Kessler.

obscenity, in law, anything that tends to corrupt public morals by its indecency. The moral concepts that the term connotes vary from time to time and from place to place. In the United States, the word obscenity is a technical legal term. Written By: Obscenity, legal concept used to characterize certain (particularly sexual) material as offensive to the public sense of decency.

A wholly satisfactory definition of obscenity is elusive, however, largely because what is considered obscene is often, like beauty, in the eye of the beholder. Redrup consolidated three obscenity cases in which the defendants were convicted under state obscenity statutes for buying pornographic books or magazines.

The Supreme Court overturned all the. Strict censorship of all forms of public expression characterized the Soviet Union throughout most of its year history.

Boris Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago, which won the Nobel Prize in Literature, was not permitted publication there, and the novels of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, considered by many to be masterpieces, were banned in. One way of determining which morality has solidified into a morality of duty is to treat the basis of all morality as utility or religion.

In such a case, all the judge has to do is to examine the role of this particular morality in one's religion and/or its contribution to public and individual character development. Those inclined to snuffle out obscenity (‘smut-hounds’ as such prudes were called by contemporaries) had their snouts overwhelmed by James Joyce’s Ulysses ().

At the time of its first appearance, no effort was being spared by government agencies, publishing firms and self-appointed social purity watchdogs to sanitise books of all possible indelicacies, whereas Joyce’s heroically.Obscenity: Legal and Moral Aspects by Robert Pelkington, O.P.

Introduction The problem of ob cenity is basically a problem of non-definition. Neither Canon Law nor Civil Law give a preci e definition.

The former proscribes obscene books- leaving the definition of obscenity.