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HCJ TWO: Empiricism: Locke to Hume

Philosophical Liberalism In his book A History of Western Philosophy Russell describes early liberalism as a product of England and Holland that stood for religious toleration. This is because it valued commerce and industry, and favoured the rising middle class … Continue reading

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McNae’s essential law for journalists – Chapter 1

The UK as a ‘free press’ society: As a democratic society the censorship that represses the freedom of expression in some other nations, (such as China which operates under an authoritarian regime), does not affect journalists here in the UK. … Continue reading

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