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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1010
Professor
Karyn Freedman
Semester
Winter

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Philosophy  Mar.28.2012 A John Simmons, philosophical anarchism Generally, anarchists believe: 1. That governments are never acceptable­ or a least that all existing  states are illegitimate 2. That people can never come to have legitimate authority over others 3. That people can never be legitimately compelled to obey such  authority Classic anarachist vision: autonomous, noncoercive, productive  interaction among equals, liberated from and without any need for  distinctively political institutions  Philosophical anarchism: philosophical anarchists do not take  illegitimately of the state as a ground for eliminating or opposing states Instead, this illegitimacy removes any strong moral presumption in  favor of obedience to, or I'm compliance with, our own or other  existing states A
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