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Is there a the duty to intervene? Intervention and the responsibility to protectIs there a the duty to intervene? Intervention and the responsibility to protect
S to this duty which, it is argued, are largely unpersuasive. In the final section, the article considers the duty to intervene in the context of the responsibility to protect (RtoP)
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Civil DisobedienceCivil Disobedience
This essay originally appeared in Christopher B. Gray (ed.), Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, Garland Pub. Co, 1999, II. 110-113. Copyright 1999, Peter Suber
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Civil DisobedienceCivil Disobedience
Hebrew midwives' defiance of Pharaoh, most of the moral and legal theory surrounding it, as well as most of the instances in the street, have been inspired by Thoreau, Gandhi, and King
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Civil DisobedienceCivil Disobedience
This essay originally appeared in Christopher B. Gray (ed.), Philosophy of Law: An Encyclopedia, Garland Pub. Co, 1999, II. 110-113. Copyright 1999, Peter Suber
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Which of the objections to civil disobedience is most important? Is the reply to the objection compelling? Why/not?Which of the objections to civil disobedience is most important? Is the reply to the objection compelling? Why/not?
Formers to oppose unjust (usually “conservative,” that is, supporting those in power) laws. Would it change your view of civil disobedience if it were used by a conservative against a law intended to produce reform to expand power and rights to new groups of
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