censorian

censorian

(sɛnˈsɔːrɪən)
adj
relating to the official supervision of public behaviour and morals
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Hall, Marston asserts, gets it wrong on all counts: he takes a censorian stance which virtually no one is qualified to assume; he rails rather than "laugh[s] and sport[s]"; and, in his attacks on contemporary poetry, he censures poetry's essence rather than its peccant manifestations.
Bacon argued for the creation of "censorian courts" that would not only fill gaps in the law by punishing new offenses -- that is, offenses not covered by existing criminal law -- but also "increase the punishments appointed by law for old [existing) ones, where the cases are heinous .
Had he discussed the rest, his prescriptions for censorian courts would have been less prominent.
Vaporising Jackson may be a victory for censorians - who decry the pro-culture policy of separating the art from the artist.