Corpus ID: 156704203

Republican liberty as nondomination : conflict, citizenship, and civic virtue

@inproceedings{Maynor1999RepublicanLA,
  title={Republican liberty as nondomination : conflict, citizenship, and civic virtue},
  author={John W. Maynor},
  year={1999}
}
This thesis focuses on the philosophical differences between civic republicanism and liberalism. Utilising the recent work of Philip Pettit and Quentin Skinner, this thesis develops and extends the theoretical implications of a distinctive republican conception of liberty as nondomination. The thesis explores the complex interdependent relationship between liberty as nondomination and conflict, citizenship, and civic virtue to develop a contemporary theory of 

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