Everyone has their own moral judgements and in many cases they can be and are misapplied. Jason Brennan explains how his new book When All Else Fails is not a call to resist all governments, but more of an exposure to how we apply our moral judgements unequally.
What is the rule of self defense? Is it okay to act in self-defense against a government agent? If your government is illegitimate, is it virtuous to resist? What is the moral parity thesis? What is the difference between authority and legitimacy?
When All Else Fails: The Ethics of Resistance to State Injustice, written by Jason Brennan
The Ethics of Killing in War, written by Jeff McMahan
Against Democracy, written by Jason Brennan
A Moral Pluralist Case for Libertarianism, written Jason Brennan
Against Democracy, Free Thoughts Podcast
Do We Have a Duty to Obey the Government?, Free Thoughts Podcast
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