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dissent of the governed

John C. Livingston

dissent of the governed

readings on the democratic process.

by John C. Livingston

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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Democracy,
    • United States -- Politics and government -- Addresses, essays, lectures

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[Compiled by] John C. Livingston [and] Robert G. Thompson.
      ContributionsThompson, Robert G., joint comp.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJK271 .L56
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 453 p.
      Number of Pages453
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4468534M
      LC Control Number79165244

      The Dissent of the Governed, Part II. VTR Date: J Guest: Carter, Stephen L. I was talking about Abe Fortas’s little book, Dissent and Civil Disobedience, that came out back. Get this from a library! The dissent of the governed: a meditation on law, religion, and loyalty. [Stephen L Carter] -- The Dissent of the Governed is a diagnosis of what ails the body politic - the unwillingness of people in power to hear disagreement unless forced to - and a prescription for a new process of.

        The Ethics of Dissent: Managing Guerrilla Government is a great, easy read, and author Rosemary O’Leary writes to get her point across as clearly as possible. She speaks from years of professional experience, and the lesson is very simple and persuasive – anyone has the potential to be a guerilla. The Ethics of Dissent appeals. The Dissent of the Governed: A Meditation on Law, Religion, and Loyalty by Stephen L. Carter Harvard. pp. $ In many ways, Stephen L. Carter, a professor of law at Yale, embodies the rival impulses now at work in American liberalism.

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The Dissent of the Governed: Meditation on Law, Religion and Loyalty (The William E. Massey Sr. Lectures in the History of American Civilization Book 9) - Kindle edition by Carter, Stephen L. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets/5(6).

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Carter examines the divided American political character on dissent, with special reference to religion, identifying it in unexpected places, with an eye toward amending it before it. The Dissent of the Governed Paperback – January 1, by John C. Livington (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John C.

Livington. The Dissent of the Governed: A Meditation on Law, Religion, and Loyalty by Stephen L. Carter () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5. “ In The Dissent of the Governed Carter eloquently rejects the claim that argument from religious morality has no place in public debate [He] not only defends the legitimacy of religious argument but provides an impressive example of how a believer may engage in civil debate with fellow citizens who do not share his faith.

His meditations on the tensions between democracy and religion display the. Dissent of the Governed covers some of the same ground as the author s earlier book, The Culture of Disbelief (), where Carter showed how the governing class misunderstands and, at law, misrepresents religion as one lifestyle option among others.

The book is divided into three sections. In part one, “Allegiance”, Carter justifies his inversion of the Declaration of Independence’s famous phrase concerning the consent of the governed, and.

Addeddate Distributor Unknown Identifier DissentOfTheGoverned_ Producer Robert Newman Scanner Internet. Interesting issues, disappointing book. In a series of three lectures Carter (Law/Yale) “meditates” on the challenge religious belief poses for political authority in American society.

By reinterpreting the Declaration of Independence he first suggests that justice be measured in terms of government’s response to dissenters. Paperback The Dissent of the Governed is an eloquent diagnosis of what ails the American body politic--the unwillingness of people in power to hear disagreement unless forced to--and a prescription for a new process of response.

Start reading The Dissent of the Governed on your Kindle in under a /5(3). The Dissent of the Governed: A Meditation on Law, Religion, and Loyalty by Stephen L. Carter Overview - The Dissent of the Governed is a diagnosis of what ails the body politic - the unwillingness of people in power to hear disagreement unless forced to - and a prescription for a new process of response.

Types of consent Unanimous consent. A key question is whether the unanimous consent of the governed is required; if so, this would imply the right of secession for those who do not want to be governed by a particular collective. All democratic governments today allow decisions to be made even over the dissent of a minority of voters, which in some theorists' view, calls into question whether.

The Dissent of the Governed edits and expands three lectures which Carter presented at Harvard University in They found print inthough the book came into general sales only last year.

Having followed Carter since The Culture of Disbelief, appreciating him, arguing with him, sometimes disagreeing with him, I opened Dissent with expectation and some trepidation.5/5(4). The Dissent of the Governed is an eloquent diagnosis of what ails the American body politic—the unwillingness of people in power to hear disagreement unless forced to—and a prescription for a new process of response.

Carter examines the divided American political character on dissent, with special reference to religion, identifying it in unexpected places, with an eye toward amending it before it Brand: Harvard. The Dissent of the Governed edits and expands three lectures which Carter presented at Harvard University in They found print inthough the book came into general sales only last year.

Having followed Carter since The Culture of Disbelief, appreciating him, arguing with him, sometimes disagreeing with him, I opened Dissent with expectation and some trepidation/5(6).

His book portrays an America dying from a refusal to engage in such a dialogue, a polity where everybody speaks, but nobody listens. The Dissent of the Governed is an eloquent diagnosis of what ails the American body politic--the unwillingness of people in power to hear disagreement unless forced to--and a prescription for a new process of response/5(27).

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The Dissent of the Governed is an eloquent diagnosis of what ails the American body politic--the unwillingness of people in power to hear disagreement unless forced to--and a prescription for a new process of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wright, James D.

Dissent of the governed. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type.Print book: English: First Harvard University Press paperback edView all editions and formats Summary: Between loyalty and disobedience; between recognition of the law's authority and realization that the law is not always right: in America, this conflict is historic, with results as varied as the mass protests of the civil rights movement and.

The Dissent of the Governed: A Meditation on Law, Religion, and Stephen L. Carter. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, pp. $Author: Micah Watson.