Areopagitica

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Areopagitica

pamphlet supporting freedom of the press. [Br. Lit.: Benét, 46]
See: Freedom
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(12) Both a personal and yet civic dilemma, this negotiation of conflicting ethical demands, as Stanley Fish has noted in a persuasive reading of Aeropagitica, perplexes precisely because "it leaves mysterious the process by which purity or even its near approximation can be achieved" (How Milton Works 201).
(7) The following are some of the books by and on Milton extant in Borges's private library: (1) John Milton, Aeropagitica: A Speech for the Liberty of Unlicenced Printing, London, Macmillan & Co., 1952 [no autograph markings]; (2) The Prose Works of John Milton.
Milton J (2012) Aeropagitica: A speech of Mr John Milton.
Esta figura, que corresponde a la tradicion anglosajona iniciada por Aeropagitica, publicada por John Milton en noviembre de 1644, en pleno apogeo de la guerra civil en Inglaterra, fue desarrollada bajo el termino intelectual publico, acunado por Russel Jacoby.
Esse primeiro principio da liberdade de expressao foi exposto por John Milton em 1640, o primeiro teorico da liberdade de expressao (e tambem pratico consequente, pois sua publicacao em um livro sem licenca real valeu-lhe a prisao), em seu celebre Aeropagitica (8).
The streets became the agora , and the people re-appropriated the space of freedom of the aeropagus and their cries became a contemporary aeropagitica for a new order, a new form of expression.
His highly influential 1644 pamphlet Aeropagitica: A speech for the liberty of unlicensed printing to the Parliament of England shines as a beacon in free speech discourse.
O direito a liberdade de expressao tem o cidadao como sujeito, assim como o direito a impressao--expresso no classico documento Aeropagitica, de John Milton (1644) em que e expresso tanto o direito do cidadao expressar o seu pensamento como o de reproduzir por meio da impressao suas ideias.
El autor la repite en ingles en su Aeropagitica: "many a man lives a burden to the earth" (28).
Arguably, the book's highlight is Chapter 3, which is devoted to Milton's Comus (1637) and the Aeropagitica (1644).
(120.) EURIPIDES, THE SUPPLIANTS (11.438 441), translated in JOHN MILTON, AEROPAGITICA (1644), reprinted in THE OXFORD AUTHORS: JOHN MILTON 236, 237 (Stephen Orgel & Jonathan Goldberg eds., 1991).
<<Who kills a man kills a reasonable creature, God's image; but he who destroys a good book, kiUs reason itself, kills the image of God as it were, in the eye.>> John Milton, Aeropagitica