On the Possibility of Action as Liberation from ViolencePhilosophy in the Contemporary World 25 (1): 141-150. 2019.
8This dissertation argues that there is an agreed upon commonsense view of violence, but beyond this view, definitions for kinds of violence are essentially contested and non-neutrally, politically ideological, given that the political itself is an essentially contested concept defined in relation to ideologies that oppose one another. The first chapter outlines definitions for a commonsense view of violence produced by Greene and Brennan. This chapter argues that there are incontestable instance…Read more
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University of South Florida
Department of Philosophy
Tampa, Florida, United States of America