"For philosophical problems arise when language goes on holiday."
art or threat?http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2015/dec/21/hip-hop-first-amendment-rap-lyrics-supreme-court-killer-mike
Pistols cannot be outlawed, of course, so songs about using them are instead.
you got it guns don't kill rhymes do, Plato would be pleased...
Chuckling out loud
very good, actually an interesting question I think in all of this around imagination/speech-acts/intentions/etc and we haven't even gone fully into the realm of http://www.predpol.com/
Yes, there are threats that need to be taken seriously. But what that means in practice is hard to say. And obviously a threat could be hidden inside a work of art or a joke, not to mention jokes and art as evidence of danger not consciously advertised.