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Civil Disobedience (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

SEP logoWhat makes a breach of law an act of civil disobedience? When is civil disobedience morally justified? How should the law respond to people who engage in civil disobedience? Discussions of civil disobedience have tended to focus on the first two of these questions. On the most widely accepted account of civil disobedience, famously defended by John Rawls (1971), civil disobedience is a public, non-violent and conscientious breach of law undertaken with the aim of bringing about a change in laws or government policies….more: plato.stanford.edu – [PDF]On the Duty of Civil Disobedience 

 

‘Time traveller born in 2043’ claims 9/11 was engineered to bring the US together and stop second civil war

The co-ordinated al-Qaeda terrorist attack which killed almost 3,000 people marked a turning point in modern history and engulfed the country in a “war on terror”. But Michael Phillips believes it was orchestrated by a fellow time traveller “to bring the country together and revert a civil war ,” Apex TV reports. The man who defines space and time …more: .mirror