Civil disobedience is an inherently tricky moral issue. It involves intentionally breaking laws, and purposefully upsetting norms. Candice Delmas, professor of philosophy and political science at Northeastern University, is on the show to help us understand civil disobedience, and its potential value to society.
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- Candice Delmas
- Civil Disobedience by Henry Thoreau
- Fidelity to law and John Rawls
- Examples of civil disobedience, including many mentioned in this episode
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