Journals Higher Education

$66.00

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14 December 2012

260 Pages

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780199592944


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Conscience and Conviction

The Case for Civil Disobedience

Kimberley Brownlee

Oxford Legal Philosophy

  • Offers a new sustained account of the moral and legal merits of conscientious disobedience, particularly civil disobedience
  • Details a thought-provoking alternative to standard liberal positions on political participation and principled disobedience
  • Articulates an original conception of conscience and situates it within a pluralistic moral framework, of interest to moral philosophers working on conscience
  • Discusses the legal defensibility of civil disobedience, exploring both a demands-of-conviction defence and a necessity defence
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