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Civil Disobedience in Global Perspective : Decency and Dissent over Borders, Inequities, and Government Secrecy

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Civil Disobedience in Global Perspective : Decency and Dissent over Borders, Inequities, and Government Secrecy
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Civil Disobedience in Global Perspective
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Decency and Dissent over Borders, Inequities, and Government Secrecy
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Studies in Global Justice
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v.16
Civil Disobedience in Global Perspective : Decency and Dissent over Borders, Inequities, and Government Secrecy
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Civil Disobedience in Global Perspective : Decency and Dissent over Borders, Inequities, and Government Secrecy
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  • "Contents" -- "Chapter 1: Introduction: A Global Practice of Civil Disobedience" -- "1.1 Introduction" -- "1.2 Decency as a Shared Standard of Global Justice" -- "1.3 Decency as Grounding a Global Practice of Civil Disobedience" -- "1.4 The Approach" -- "1.5 The Limits of Liberalism and the Positive Contribution of Non-liberal Viewpoints" -- "1.6 Outline of Chapters" -- "References" -- "Chapter 2: Decency, the Right to Disobey, and Non-domination" -- "2.1 Introduction" -- "2.2 Peoples and Decency" -- "2.3 Decency as the Basis of Moral Considerability for the Right to Disobey" -- "2.4 Decency, the Rule of Law, and Non-domination" -- "2.5 A Note on Democracy, Egalitarianism, and Hierarchy" -- "2.6 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Chapter 3: Undocumented Disobedients as a Special Class of Civil Disobedients" -- "3.1 Introduction" -- "3.2 Undocumented Migration as a Special Case of Non-Â{u00AD}citizen Civil Disobedience" -- "3.3 The Undocumented Are Not Refugees" -- "3.4 Are the Undocumented Civil Disobedients Proper?" -- "3.5 Why the Undocumented Have a Moral Right to Disobey: Internal Domination and Persecution" -- "3.6 The Plenary Powers Doctrine and Uptake for Dissent and Contestation" -- "3.7 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Chapter 4: Institutionalizing the Human Right of the Undocumented to Be Domestic Political Participants" -- "4.1 Introduction" -- "4.2 Interdependency of Human Rights and Political Participation" -- "4.3 The Insecurity of Rights, and Power-Asymmetries Between Citizens and the Undocumented" -- "4.4 The Urgent Human Right to Be a Political Participant, Wherever One Is" -- "4.5 Institutionally Embedding the Right to Be a Political Participant, Wherever One Is" -- "4.6 A Proposal for Transitory Hierarchical Mini-Publics" -- "4.7 Conclusion" -- "References"
  • "Chapter 5: Unfair Terms of Global Cooperation and the Fair Equality of Liberty Between Peoples" -- "5.1 Introduction" -- "5.2 Civil Disobedience and Representation" -- "5.3 Disobedience by Multinational Cosmopolitan Citizens from Liberal-Democracies" -- "5.4 Disobedience by Multinational Cosmopolitan Citizens Without Egalitarianism" -- "5.5 Disobedience by Peoples of Different States" -- "5.6 Ongoing Controversy over Global Inequities" -- "5.7 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Chapter 6: Executive Prerogative and Disobedient Disclosure of Government Secrets" -- "6.1 Introduction" -- "6.2 Lockean Prerogative" -- "6.3 Reinterpreting Civil Disobedience as Disobedient Disclosure" -- "6.4 Some Problems for the Reinterpretation" -- "6.5 Reclaiming the Recursive Reinterpretation" -- "6.6 Transparency and Leniency" -- "6.7 Extending the Analysis to Traditional-Hierarchical Societies" -- "6.8 Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Chapter 7: Disobedience as an Expression of Global Solidarity and Redefining Disobedience in a Global Perspective" -- "7.1 Introduction" -- "7.2 A Global Civil Disobedience Practice and Global Solidarity" -- "7.3 Redefining Civil Disobedience in a Global Perspective" -- "7.4 The Addition to the Minimal List of Human Rights in Law of Peoples of the Human Right to Be a Political Participant, Wherever One Is" -- "7.5 The Recognition and Acceptance Among the International Community of the Entailments of the Fair Value of Liberty Between Rich and Poor Peoples, as Prescribed by the Law of Peoples" -- "7.6 The Recognition and Acceptance Among the International Community of the Entailments of Competing Valid Claims Based on Decency and the Ends of Government Made by Executives and Disclosers" -- "7.7 Conclusion"
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