Civil disobedience and moral law in nineteenth-century American philosophy, by Edward H. Madden.

Seattle, University of Washington Press [1968] .

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Subjects Antislavery movements -- United States.
Antislavery movements.
Burgerlijke ongehoorzaamheid.
Civil disobedience.
Esclavage -- États-Unis -- Mouvement anti-esclavagistes.
Filosofische aspecten.
Philosophie américaine.
Philosophy, American -- 19th century.
Philosophy, American.
Résistance au gouvernement.
United States.
Description vii, 214 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-210).
Summary A series of narratives and philosophical portrait many of which introduce us to little known but decidedly worth knowing characters and minds. And taken together they give us precise information about important movements of rebellion and reform.
Contents Introduction -- Francis Wayland -- The issue of civil disobedience -- Asa Mahan -- James H. Fairchild -- Oberlin reform -- The transcendentalists -- George William Curtis -- The good fight -- Chauncey Wright -- Practical problems -- Charles Eliot Norton -- The conservative tradition.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)248788
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WorldCat Identities Madden, Edward H.
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