Civic Virtues: Rights, Citizenship, and Republican Liberalism

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Agenda Committee, 138-39
allegiance, 107
altruism. See conditional altruism
Amish, 127-31
Anderson, Charles, 211 n.4
Andre, Thomas, 221 n.17
apathy, 132-35, 142, 156
Aristotle, 15, 28, 51, 99, 155-56
Arneson, Richard, 73
Arrow, Kenneth, 147, 217 n.17
Arterton, F. Christopher, 224 n.22
assurance game, 108-16, 166-67
atomism, 53-55, 76
Austin J. L., 75
authority, 62-66, 68-69
as ability, 30-31, 38
and assistance, 54-60
and authority, 62-66
as capacity, 66-68
and choice, 32, 38-39, 67, 129-31
and civic virtue, 13-18, 175
and common good, 15-16
and community, 36-40, 48, 64-68
as contextual, 35-36
and cooperation, 18, 36-40, 66
defined, 30-31
and the difference principle, 34-35
and diversity, 127
and duty, 16, 30-31, 33, 35
and education, 117-31
and general rights, 31-32
and heteronomy, 16
as individualistic, 36-40, 66-67
and oppression, 177-81
and political obligation, 62-68
right of, 5, 28, 30-31, 180
and right to be free, 28-29
and special rights, 31, 36
as virtue, 16
Ball Terence, 216 n.22
Banning, Lance, 11-12, 18-19, 204 n.2
Barry, Brian, 84, 87, 91, 215 n.13
Battistoni, Richard, 122
Becker, Lawrence C., 213 n.14
Bellah, Robert N., et al., 229 n.32
Benn, Stanley, 208 n.8
Bentham, Jeremy, 12, 18-19, 25, 105
Beran, Harry, 211 n.5
Berlin, Isaiah, 37-38
Berry, Jeffrey M., et al., 229 n.34
Birch, A. H., 163
Black, Antony, 198
Brown, David L., 229 n.32
Budd, Billy, 38
Burger, Warren, 128
Burke, Edmund, 19-20
Burtt, Shelley, 117
capitalism, 11
Census of Governments, 159
Chubb, John, 118, 123, 125-26
citizenship, 6, 98-116
active, 104
and civic virtue, 98-99, 195-96
and collective action, 108-16
and the common good, 99


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