Violence and Epistemology

@article{Klausen2016ViolenceAE,
  title={Violence and Epistemology},
  author={Jimmy Casas Klausen},
  journal={Political Research Quarterly},
  year={2016},
  volume={69},
  pages={107 - 96}
}
  • Jimmy Casas Klausen
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • Political Research Quarterly
  • Although some of his most important writings date to the period immediately after the Indian Revolt of 1857, J. S. Mill seemed unable to recognize that British violence might substantively contradict British people’s “civilized” character. Likewise, he could not view Indian actions, including recent insurgent violence, as political but rather only as expressions of “barbarian” character, nor could he consider the occasional reforming native leader effective in producing lasting political change… CONTINUE READING
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