The moral justification of civil disobedience
The considerable increase in the literature on civil disobedience during the 1950s and 1960s led to the development of an orthodoxy with respect to the definition of civil disobedience and to a concentration on questions of its justifiability. It was held that these were two separate questions, that there is a logical separation between what counts as civil disobedience and whether civil disobedience can be morally justified, either in general or in particular cases. One of the major...[Show more]
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