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Consent, freedom and political obligation
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John Petrov Plamenatz (born as Jovan Petrov Plamenac; Serbian Cyrillic: Јован Петров Пламенац; 16 May – 19 February ) was a Serbian political philosopher from Montenegro, who spent most of his academic life at the University of is best known for his analysis of political obligation and his theory of mater: Oriel College, Oxford. The Temporality of Political C. Mueller. New York: Routledge, Theorists of political obligation are concerned with the reasons and under what conditions should people obey political authority, a problem that emerges in modernity in the works of Hobbes, Locke, Bentham, Kant, Mill, and subsequent political thinkers.
In political philosophy, the phrase consent of the governed refers to the idea that a government's legitimacy and moral right to use state power is only justified and lawful when consented to by the people or society over which that political power is exercised. This theory of consent is historically contrasted to the divine right of kings and had often been invoked against the legitimacy of. The latest and most ambitious attempt at this is made by F. E. Oppenheim in his book Dimensions of Freedom. If a man has freedom, he is free. you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your account. Find out more about Consent, Freedom and Political Obligation (London, ), 4 P. 5 Consent, Freedom.
From this natural state of freedom and independence, Locke stresses individual consent as the mechanism by which political societies are created and individuals join those societies. While there are of course some general obligations and rights that all people have from the law of nature, special obligations come about only when we voluntarily. What is the relationship between having an obligation and having freedom to act? What are the similarities and differences among political, legal, and moral obligations? " Originally published in , Professor Flathman discusses these crucial issues in political theory in a .
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London, Oxford University Press, H. Consent, 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. Consent, Freedom & Political obligation. by J P Plamenatz (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — Author: J P Plamenatz. 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. Consent, freedom and political obligation. [J P Plamenatz] Book: All Authors / Contributors: J P Plamenatz.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages 21 cm. Contents: Consent --The general will --The common good --Rights --Freedom --The value of freedom --Political obligation.
Series Title. Consent, Freedom and Political Obligation (Oxford Paperbacks) The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer Author: JOHN PETROV PLAMENATZ. General or Background Reading "ere is no single, philosophy textbook for this course. "e closest thing is the book that in-spired the course: J.P. Plamenatz, Freedom, Consent and Political Obligation, Oxford University Press, 1st ed.
; 2nd ed. Anna Stilz's excellent first book, Liberal Loyalty: Freedom, Obligation and the State, introduces Sally's example in order to illustrate the two main challenges that any theory of "liberal" loyalty and political obligation is bound to face.
The first is to justify the normative standing of the state, to explain the grounds for the political. Consent theory is a rich and complex branch of the philosophy of political obligation, one with far more nuances and sub-arguments than I can explore here. What it has going for it is that, unlike the other theories of political obligation, consent clearly works.
Those who do consent to be bound are bound. The trouble with consent, however, is. 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. Consent, Freedom and Political Obligation. John Petrov Plamenatz. Oxford University Categories Political Obligation in Philosophy of Law (categorize this paper) Buy the book $ used $ new Amazon page: Call number JCP55 ISBN(s) Francisco Suárez on Consent and Political Obligation.
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Buy Consent, Freedom and Political Obligation (Oxford Paperbacks) 2nd Revised edition by Plamenatz, John Petrov (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John Petrov Plamenatz. Locke, consent, freedom, general will, Rousseau. INTRODUCTION: LOCKE’S INFAMOUS CONSENT DOCTRINE According to the received reading of Locke’s doctrine of political consent, Locke presents consent as a deliberate act that constitutes an undertaking of obligation, and he File Size: KB.
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By critiquing conventional notions of consent at the heart of much modern political thought—hence the title for this volume—Pateman has been a central voice in discussions of such important topics as political participation and democracy, contract theory and sexual equality, liberalism and the problem of political obligation, and most.
CONSENT THEORY FOR LIBERTARIANS* By A. John Simmons I. Introduction It is curious that in libertarian political philosophy there is almost no discussion of the traditional problem of political obligation.1 I call this “curious” not only because of my own belief that this problem is centrallyCited by:.
Introduction. 1. The Study of Language and the Study of Politics 2. Obligation and Ideals 3. Obligation and Rules 4. The Social Bases of Obligation Rules 5. Obligation, Stability, and Change: Praise, Blame, and Disinclination 6.
Obligation, Political Freedom, and Coercion 7. Obligation, Consent, and Utility 8. The Utility of Obligation.Consent, Obligation, and Legitimacy At first glance a consent-based justification of political obligations appears to be attractive.
This book articulates a systematic vision of an.Obligation and consent. scrutinizes political obligation in the Second Treatise by analyzing the “natural liberty” Locke attributes to children, savages, some foreigners, and other tacit Author: Harry Lesser.