Censorship In Bobo

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Censorship can protect people, but it can also endanger people. According to Plato, if "bad" is censored enough, then "bad" will cease to exist. Plato would most likely agree that the children in the Bobo doll experiment would not have treated the dolls so violently if they had initially not been exposed to such violent treatment by the adults and, secondly, not been given tools to abuse the dolls. Aristotle, however, is adamant all sides of the story must be told -- how can one know the truth if they don't know the entire story? I agree with Aristotle. It isn't fair to give anyone a partial truth or only half a story. Censorship can be justified in some situations, but not all. Maybe, if western American states had warned citizens

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