A Deeper Look at Coercion and its Effects on a Person's Actions

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Philosophy

 

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Robert L

 

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April 28, 2013

 

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The problem that Frye has with this definition is that it's to narrow minded and that this interpretation of coercion results in the conclusion that there's no such thing as a person being coerced into doing something (317). This is an important omission because it's this weakness in the definition that she attacks in order to show that a person can be forced into doing something and that choice and action can take place in the absence of immediate force...
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This is an important omission because it's this weakness in the definition that she attacks in order to show that a person can be forced into doing something and that choice and action can take place in the absence of immediate force. This just means that a person can "choose" to do something under there own control or will and that the force involved may be at some distance from the person being coerced...
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