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Political and legal obligation.
|Statement||Edited by J. Roland Pennock and John W. Chapman.|
|Contributions||Pennock, J. Roland 1906- ed., Chapman, John William, 1923- ed., American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy.|
|LC Classifications||JC328 .P58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 455 p.|
|Number of Pages||455|
|LC Control Number||70105609|
Political and Constitutional Obligation Louis Michael Seidman * In his provocative, courageous, and original new book, 1. Abner Greene argues that there is “no successful general case for a presumptive (or ‘prima facie’) moral duty to obey the law.” 2. In my own book, 3. I argue that there is no moral duty to obey our foundational law. Hobbes on Legal Authority and Political Obligation develops a new interpretation of Hobbes's theory of political obligation. According to the account developed in the book, the directives issued by the sovereign as introducing authoritative requirements, so that subjects are morally obligated to obey : Luciano Venezia.
It argues that the anarchist perspective is in fact indispensable to theorists of political obligation and can improve our views of political authority and social relations. This accessible book builds on the works of philosophical anarchists such as John Simmons and Leslie Green, and discusses key theorists, including Rousseau, Rawls, and Horton. All plausible analyses of political legitimacy either build in the concept of political obligation, or else incorporate claims that require some account of political obligation. In either case, political legitimacy is possible only when a state successfully generates in .
Hobbes on Legal Authority and Political Obligation develops a new interpretation of Hobbes's theory of political obligation. According to the account developed in the book, the directives issued by the sovereign as introducing authoritative requirements, so that subjects are morally obligated to obey : Palgrave Macmillan UK. The main purpose of this chapter is not so much to offer a full-scale assessment of the bearing of Aristotle's ethics on his social science as to sort out some preliminary issues regarding the viewpoint adopted by Aristotle in his political and legal theory which bear on the attempt to argue for the existence of political obligation in his social thought.
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Political and Legal Obligation 1st Edition by J. Roland Pennock (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. Political and legal obligation. book This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work.
Format: Paperback. Part I examines the nature of moral, legal, and political obligation. The first essay presents a set of definitions that denies the very existence of obligation.
While the second essay disagreeing particularly with respect to the relationship of political to moral tenets, and the third discussing Political and legal obligation. book highly complex interplay between law and Author: J. Roland Pennock. Political And Legal Obligation: Page - Ebook written by James Roland Pennock, John William Chapman.
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Contents: Introduction / J. Roland Pennock --Part I. Legal, moral, and political obligation --Legal and moral obligation / John Ladd --In defense of obligation / Jeffrie G.
Murphy --Obligation and obedience / Mark R. MacGuigan --Obligation. At a point in history marked by dramatic challenges to the political and social order, the question of legal and political obligation emerges as a focal point of international concern.
Here, eighteen leading specialists in the legal, philosophical, and political science offer their views on this topic. In this volume, eighteen leading specialists in the legal, philosophical, and political science aspects of the question offer their views on this timely topic.
Part I examines the nature of moral, legal, and political obligation. The first essay presents a set of definitions that denies the very existence of : J Roland Pennock.
Read "Political and Legal Obligation" by available from Rakuten Kobo. At a point in history marked by dramatic challenges to the existing political and social order, the question of legal an Brand: Taylor And Francis.
It describes whether or not the concept of obligation so delineated, and in particular as it is applied to playing a game, is relevant to the issues of obedience to the political and legal order.
Political obligation will be used for a variety of obligation, namely, the obligation to obey the political authorities and to obey the law of the land. Political and Legal Obligation book. Political and Legal Obligation. DOI link for Political and Legal Obligation. Political and Legal Obligation book.
Edited By J. Roland Pennock. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 July Pub. location New York. Imprint by: 1. The book provides relevant selections from a sampling of the historical approaches to legal obligation taken by writers such as Plato, Augustine, Aquinas, Hobbes, Locke, Hume, Rousseau, Thoreau, Bentham, Marx and Engels, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
These classical discussions are augmented by critical questions and commentary, by independent Author: R. George Wright. By political obligation, theorists generally mean a moral requirement to obey the law of one's state or one's country. In the liberal tradition, liberty is a central value, and so the fact that some individuals should obey others must be explained.
The liberal—or “modern”—view of political obligation is classically expressed in John Locke's Second Treatise of Government.
A legal contract consists of an offer, an acceptance of that offer, an intention to bind to one another in a legal agreement and a consideration, something of value to be exchanged. Political obligation. A political obligation is a requirement for the.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Political Obligation in Historical Perspective. The phrase “political obligation” is apparently no older than T. Green's Lectures on the Principles of Political Obligation, delivered at Oxford University in –80 (D'Entrèves, p.
3).The two words from which Green formed the phrase are much older, of course, and he apparently thought that combining them required no elaborate. Although it is an ancient and much-discussed problem, political obligation continues to pose challenges to political and legal philosophers.
Some of these challenges are conceptual, for they require explanations of what a political obligation is and how it differs from other obligations, duties, or responsibilities. Other challenges concern the practical matters of whether and to.
Prudential obligation involves calculations of fear and self-interest; moral obligation implies one ought to obey because it is right. To say a king rules by Divine Right is to add moral legitimacy to political-legal obligation. From a contemporary, philo sophical perspective, political obligation to the laws of the state can.
Provides a full defence of a theory of political obligation on the basis of the principle of fairness (or fair play).
The book responds to the most important objections and extends a theory-based on fairness into a developed ‘multiple principle’ theory of obligation.
The ‘self-image of the state’ in regard to political obligations is explored through examination of judicial decisions Author: George Klosko. A compelling set of lectures on political obligation that contributes to ongoing debates in political theory and intellectual history This stimulating collection of lectures by the late Judith Shklar on political obligation is paired with a scholarly introduction that offers an overview of her life, illuminates the connections among her teaching, research, and publications, and.
Book Description. First published in The individual’s obligation to obey the law, the state and the government is a fundamental part of contemporary political theory.
The contributors to this volume, drawn from a variety of disciplines including philosophy, political science and law, take a fresh look at the dilemmas of political.
In The Principle of Fairness and Political Obligation, George Klosko presents the first book-length treatment of political obligation grounded in the premises of liberal political this now-classic work, he clearly and systematically formulates what others thought impossible-a principle of fairness that specifies a set of conditions which grounds existing political obligations and Author: George Klosko.
The Garland Science website is no longer available to access and you have been automatically redirected to INSTRUCTORS. All instructor resources (*see Exceptions) are now available on our Instructor instructor credentials will not grant access to the Hub, but existing and new users may request access .This procedure seems to be rather confusing and leaves us in the dark about the “real” nature of a legal obligation, especially as one cannot see how an “obligation” accepted from an internal point of view can become “legal” for the very fact that there is some “physical sanction” to support it (see e.g.
p. 84, 85, and Locke on Political Obligation - Volume 45 Issue 3 - John Kilcullen. Much has been written about Locke's Second Treatise, but still, I believe, the book's main line of argument has been left concepts need more prominence — the duty to preserve mankind, the right of war, and private judgment; others need less — consent, majority rule, and by: 5.