Penalizing Public Disobedience

  • Brownlee K
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Abstract

The article explores the moral right to public disobedience in liberal regimes and penalization. The author contends that disobedient citizens have a normative claim against being punished by the state. The author concludes that penalization interferes with the right to public disobedience. Other topics include autonomy, political participation, and legal obligation.

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  • Kimberley Brownlee

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