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Democracy, Freedom and Coercion

A Law and Economics Approach (New Horizons in Lawe and Economics)

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Published by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutional & administrative law,
  • Political control & freedoms,
  • Political structures: democracy,
  • Political Ideologies - Democracy,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Democracy,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Political corruption,
  • Power (Social sciences),
  • Politics/International Relations

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAlain Marciano (Editor), Jean-Michel Josselin (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11916287M
    ISBN 101847201261
    ISBN 109781847201263

    The book analyzes the balance between freedom and coercion in democracies. If democratic governments are based on coercion rather than contract then difficult questions arise. This. Positive and Negative Liberty. On Liberty was the first work to recognize the difference between liberty as the freedom to act and liberty as the absence of his book, Two Concepts of Liberty, the British social and political theorist Isaiah Berlin formally framed the differences between these two perspectives as the distinction between two opposite concepts of liberty: positive.

    Introduction Two Philosophical Ideals of Liberal Democracy 1 1 Constitutional Democracy and the Issue of Emergency 13 The Paradox of Emergency 13 Derogation and Coercion during (Liberal) Emergencies 20 Emergency: Its Character and Literature 25 Emergencies as a Conceptual Problem 32 Emergencies Defined via Minimalist Criteria 36 The Misuse of Emergency Legislation 39 Emergencies, Rules, and.   Of course, censorship is a form of government coercion, yet Hart dismisses the labeling of such coercion as “fascistic” as a mixture of hysteria and historical ignorance: “were there any historical example of republican freedom weakened or subverted by public and commercial codes of decency, this line of argument might command some force.”.

    This book contains 22 essays by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin; scientist/philosopher. Regarding the future of the human race, he deals with topics such as globalization, the nuclear bomb, democracy, the likelihood of life on other planets, and whether peace on earth is scientifically viable. The rest of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin's books: 1. Students Book Project; Search for: Freedom and Democracy Are Not the Same thanks to democracy, government coercion is no longer a threat to liberty because we get to vote on who will coerce us. We tend to forget that the United States was born as a republic, not a democracy and that the Constitution was designed to advance liberty, not.


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Democracy, Freedom and Coercion. A Law and Economics Approach. New Horizons in Law and Economics series. Edited by Alain Marciano and Jean-Michel Josselin. Democracy, Freedom and Coercion comprehensively covers both private and public law, both applied and theoretical issues, and will therefore be of great interest to students studying law and economics.

Democracy, Freedom and Coercion is a welcome addition to the public choice literature. It steps outside of the often used contractarian perspective and recognizes that all govern ments are ultimately based on coercion.

The book analyzes the balance between freedom. Democracy, Freedom and Coercion comprehensively covers both private and public law, both applied and theoretical issues, and will therefore be of great interest to students studying law and economics.

Individual chapters are listed in the "Related works & more" tab. Democracy, Freedom and Coercion is a welcome addition to the public choice literature. It steps outside of the often used contractarian perspective and recognizes that all govern-ments are ultimately based on coercion.

The book analyzes the balance between freedom and coercion in democracies. If democratic governments are based on coercion rather than. New Horizons in Law and Economics series Edited by Alain Marciano and Jean-Michel Freedom and Coercion book Democracy, Freedom and Coercion comprehensively covers both private and public law, both applied and theoretical issues, and will therefore be of great interest to students studying law Cited by: Democracy, Freedom and Coercion A Law and Economics Approach Edited by Alain Marciano Professor, University of Reims Champagne Ardenne (OMI-EDJ), ECONOMJX-CNRS and Institut d'Economie Democracy (IDEP), France Jean-Michel Josselin Professor; University of Rennes 1 and CREM-CNRS, France NEW HORIZONS IN LAW AND ECONOMICS Edward Elgar.

Coercion is not a pretty word. Unlike such honorific terms as freedom, liberty, order, democracy, and justice, coercion does not evoke pleasant thoughts, beautiful. Yet, as the authors of this book maintain, developing coercion in order to protect freedom, and containing coercion in order to further protect freedom is an arduous task, and one that faces any democratic Leviathan.

The aim of this book is to explore this paradox, and to analyse the intricate balance of freedom and coercion in developing : Hardcover. The People vs. Democracy is the first book to describe both how we got here and what we need to do now.

For those unwilling to give up either individual rights or the concept of the popular will, Mounk argues that urgent action is needed, as this may be our last chance to save s:   "Liberty and Coercion is a much-needed, cogent, and deftly executed exploration of the American state. Gerstle's lucid and widely informed argument provides insights never advanced before and will attract a wide readership.

This book is a home run."--Daniel Carpenter, Harvard UniversityReviews: Summary: States that developing coercion in order to protect freedom, and containing coercion in order to further protect freedom is an arduous task, and one that faces any democratic Leviathan. This book aims to explore this paradox, and to analyse the intricate balance of freedom and coercion in developing states.

There seems to be an intimate connection between democracy and freedom. But the nature of this connection is disputed. This chapter outlines possible connections between democracy and freedom.

First, it is shown that there is indeed a robust positive correlation between democracy and various forms of liberal freedom. Second, the chapter examines and critiques an argument purporting. It turns out that coercion is necessary sometimes.

Even in a democracy, we all abide by rules, including plenty that we don’t agree with, in the name of getting along. But in the end, Davies and Harrigan show, cooperation without question is the key to human happiness and progress. The more we encourage it, the better off we all are.

Democracy, Freedom and Coercion comprehensively covers both private and public law, both applied and theoretical issues, and will therefore be of great interest to students studying law and economics. Democracy, Freedom and Coercion comprehensively covers both private and public law, both applied and theoretical issues, and will therefore be of great interest to students studying law and economics.

It will also serve as a reference tool to those academics in the field of legal competition, especially from the perspective of European issues. The purpose of this book is to analyse the balance that exists in a democracy between freedom and coercion, and how and how far a democratic regime can cope with coercion.

The question can be viewed from the perspective of a com-parison between alternative institutional devices ­ or from the perspective of one regime only. Democracy Still Rests on Coercion To answer some critics who rise in defense of democracy, one can say that "anti-government ideology" does not miss the fact that governments can expand freedoms.

It only recognizes that government’s expansion of these freedoms must mean unjust coercion somewhere, and that the only true freedoms government can. ILL WINDS Saving Democracy From Russian ethnic division and brute coercion. Burma’s liberalization ended in renewed military supremacy and the bloody expulsion of.

Publié in Democracy, Freedom and Coercion, Marciano A. and J.M. Josselin, Edward Elgar Edward Elgar, 4. Defining economic democracy: A challenge. An institutionalist framework Christian Barrère This recognition of democracy as a universally relevant system, which moves in.

Exploring how recent uprisings have been catalyzed and limited by democratic discourse, *From Democracy to Freedom* explores the difference between government and self-determination, proposing new ways to understand what we’re doing when we make decisions together.

Indonesia. Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia’s culture, history, government, economy, and society. It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book .His classic, Democracy in America was published insoon after his visit to America.

The book is more pertinent today than when it was written. Tocqueville then theorized about the nature of democracy and its dangers to freedom, but these theories have been proven correct, to a.

And “democracy,” similarly, means pure democracy, not a mixed, republican government—but only one where the people have the right to vote in a way that is approved by the liberal ideology of perfect freedom to do anything other than that proscribed.