Frazier on Disobedience

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Philosophy

 

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Wayne B

 

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March 4, 2017

 

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University

 

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In his essay Between Obedience and Revolution, Frazier looks at previous accounts of disobedience in order to formulate a unique perspective on the issue. Philosophers have generally agreed that civil disobedience as an act that is "open, public, limited and respectful of the rights of other citizens"...
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It is characterized through speech and those who partake are expected to willingly accept the consequences of their actions in order to prove their sincerity on the issue. Frazier goes on to say that if indeed disobedience is only justified as an act of speech, then the unsuccessful disobedient has only two choices, obedience and revolution...
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