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Reidy, David A.

Coercion and the State

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Table of contents

I. What is Coercion?

1. Introduction
David A. Reidy, Walter J. Riker

2. How Did There Come To Be Two Kinds of Coercion?
Scott A. Anderson

3. On Coercion
Burton M. Leiser

4. Undue Influence as Coercive Offers in Clinical Trials
Joan McGregor

II. Coercion and the State: Justification and Limits

5. Coercion, Justice, and Democracy
Alistair M. Macleod

6. Democratic Legitimacy and the Reasoned Will of the People
Walter J. Riker

7. John Brown's Duties: Obligation, Violence, and ‘Natural Duty’
Christian T. Sistare

III. Coercion and the State: Legal Powers and Status

8. Coercion, Neutrality, and Same-Sex Marriage
Emily R. Gill

9. The Cheshire Cat: Same-Sex Marriage, Religion, and Coercion by Exclusion
Kenneth Henley

IV. Coercion and the State: National Security

10. Indefinite Detention for Mega-Terrorists?
Don E. Scheid

11. The Great Right: Habeas Corpus
Wade L. Robison

V. Coercion and the International Order

12. Coercion Abroad for the Protection of Rights
Steven P. Lee

13. Transnational Power, Coercion, and Democracy
Carol C. Gould

14. A Developmental Approach to the Legitimacy of Global Governance Institutions
Monica Hlavac

15. Global Economic Justice, Partiality, and Coercion
Bruce Landesman

16. International and Cosmopolitan Political Obligations
Helga Varden

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2008
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Philosophy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402068799

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