2 edition of War, conscience and dissent. found in the catalog.
War, conscience and dissent.
Gordon C. Zahn
Originally published New York, Hawthorn Books, 1967.
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Conscience is a cognitive process that elicits emotion and rational associations based on an individual's moral philosophy or value system. Conscience stands in contrast to elicited emotion or thought due to associations based on immediate sensory perceptions and reflexive responses, as in sympathetic central nervous system responses. In common terms, conscience is often described as leading. Call for Papers Remembering Muted Voices: Conscience, Dissent, Resistance and Civil Liberties in World War I Through Today Oct. , A Symposium on resistance and conscientious objection in WWI KEYNOTE PRESENTERS AND ABSTRACTS The World War's profound effect on the United States is often overlooked. Although the United States actively took part in the conflict for only. Tracing Conscience in a Time of War: Archiving a History of Dissent in Sri Lanka, ss. by Harini Amarasuriya and Jonathan Spencer. conscientious objector, person who, on the grounds of conscience, resists the authority of the state to compel military service. Such resistance, emerging in time of war, may be based on membership in a pacifistic religious sect, such as the Society of Friends Friends, Religious Society of, religious body originating in England in the middle of the 17th cent. under George Fox.
Yet, those who opposed World War I helped initiate modern peace movements and left a legacy that continues to influence antiwar activism. Earlier in the year, a call for proposals took place centering around issues of conscience, dissent, resistance, and civil liberties during World War I, in the United States and around the world.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover War retry" Author: Gordon C. Zahn. War, Conscience and Dissent. New York: Hawthorn Books, Inc., First edition. Octavo, original half blue cloth, original dust jacket.
Book near-fine with mild creasing to the foot of the spine of the dust jacket. Very good indeed. The author is a Catholic pacifist whose articles for sectarian journals over the past twenty years have been brought together in this volume.
They fall under three groupings: Modern War and the Christian, Conscience and the State, and the Church and Dissent. Dissent: Voices of Conscience expresses the heroism of Ann Wright and Susan Dixon, women who love this country (United States) and express their patriotism by wanting, hoping, and working to make this a better nation.
Many, many of us are disappointed with our foreign policy through the last several administrations and the failure of Pax Cited by: 5. What the history books don't tell you is that there was controversy about the USA getting into the Great War (WWI), and that dissent and opposition were strongly stifled by Woodrow Wilson and his government.
Conscientious objectors and pacifists were jailed and frequently beaten and starved, and even treated as criminals/5. Buy War, conscience and dissent / by Gordon C Zahn First Edition by Gordon C. Zahn (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gordon C. Zahn. Watch Ann Wright and Daniel Ellsberg reading from Dissent: Voices of Conscience on C-SPAN Book TV spoke out, resigned, or refused to deploy in protest of government actions they felt conscience and dissent.
book illegal. In Dissent: Voices of Conscience, Ann Wright and Susan Dixon tell the stories of these men and women, who risked careers, reputations, and even. conscientious objector, person who, on the grounds of conscience, resists the authority of the state to compel military service.
Such resistance, emerging in time of war, may be based on membership in a pacifistic religious sect, such as the Society of Friends (Quakers), the Dukhobors, or Jehovah's Witnesses, or conscience and dissent. book personal religious War humanitarian convictions.
Dissent: Voices of Conscience: Profiles of Whistleblowers and Others Who Have Dared to Speak the Truth About the War in Iraq - Kindle edition by Wright, Ann, Dixon, Susan, Ellsberg, Daniel. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Dissent: Voices of Conscience: Profiles of Whistleblowers /5(15).
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zahn, Gordon C. (Gordon Charles), War, conscience, and dissent. New York, Hawthorn books .
During the run-up to war War Iraq, Army Colonel (Ret.) and diplomat Ann Wright resigned her State Department post in protest. Wright, who had spent 19 years in the military and 16 years in diplomatic service, was one among dozens of govern-ment insiders and active-duty military personnel who spoke out, resigned, leaked documents, or refused to deploy in protest of government actions Pages: COVID Resources.
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Center on Conscience & War. Founded inCCW is a non-profit organization that advocates for the rights of conscience, opposes military conscription, and serves all conscientious objectors to war.
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The charges levied against the members of The White Rose movement by the People’s Court of Germany for which they were convicted and executed included the following: “attempted high treason, namely by force to change the constitution of the Reich [ ], injuring the war potential of the Reich, and [ ] having attempted to cripple and Author: Ryan A Piccirillo.
The issues raised by dissent, conscience, and diversity more generally continue to animate philosophical and political argument, speaking to contemporary issues of constitutional government, civil disobedience and the principled objection to specific laws, and the freedoms of speech, assembly, and : Andrew R.
Murphy. Conscience and War Conscience and War Cortright, David In a time of deceit, said George Orwell, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. This is especially so in an era of unjustified war, when dissent becomes a vital means of exposing official deception and reclaiming moral responsibility.
Wikipedia:Meetup/WW1 and Dissent WW1 and Dissent is a series of Wikipedia editathons during November that aims to improve Wikipedia pages about World War I and dissent; topics might include peace attempts, conscience objectors, neutrality during the war, literature and artwork critical of the war, protests and much more.
Conscience and War. ways in which men and women who comprise the military peace movement perform their dissent as gendered subjects. During the Vietnam War (Chicago: Haymarket Books. During the run-up to war in Iraq, Army Colonel (Ret.) and diplomat Ann Wright resigned her State Department post in protest.
Wright, who had spent 19 years in the military and 16 years in diplomatic service, was one among dozens of govern-ment insiders and active-duty military personnel who spoke out, resigned, leaked documents, or refused to deploy in protest of government actions they felt.
Louisa Thomas examines how the question of conscience guided America’s thinking about war and dissent in the first decades of the twentieth century, in an intimate history of her great. While we fill-in the gaps, we need also to talk about why the gaps were left, or even created, as memories of the war years took shape: the way suppression of dissent, its cooptation and buyout, ostracism, discrediting, pathologizing, and displacement were all enlisted to silence the voices of conscience.
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GOVERNMENT INSIDERS SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE WAR IN IRAQ. Authors: Col. (ret.) Ann Wright and Susan Dixon. Books shelved as dissent: Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks, and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times by Eyal Press, Occupy by Noam Cho.
Conscience, Dissent, Resistance, and Civil Liberties in World War I through Today. OctoberNational World War I Museum and Memorial. Kansas City, MO, USA. Thursday Octo p.m. Vaughan Williams’s Dona Nobis Pacem. Conservatory of Music and Dance UMKC. Keynote: Making a stand: German Opposition to World War One.
The Crooked Path to Peace: War, Conscience and Reflections on Three Men's Service to Country. Comeaux, Zachary. Inc. / Paperback / Pages isbn / isbn Book / Textbook Details Add to Comparison Cart. Jenkins had written a novel based on his experiences, but the ambiguity of the response to conscientious objectors in the novel, and the critical response to the book, point to a wider anxiety around conscientious forms of dissent, seen as both a virtue and a vice.
Military refusers and the invocation of conscience: Relational subjectivities and the legitimation of liberal war - Volume 45 Issue 4 - Maja Zehfuss Please note, due to essential maintenance online transactions will not be possible between and BST, on Tuesday 17th September ( EDT, 17 Sep, ).Cited by: 1.
Ann Wright, co-author of Dissent: Voices of Conscience: Government Insiders Speak Out Against the War in Iraq, was joined by Daniel Ellsberg, who wrote the introduction to the talked.
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Dissent: Voices of Conscience could change your life." --from the Foreword, by Daniel Ellsberg "Voices of conscience are usually smothered in spin.
That the stories of these heroes are recorded here gives me great hope and shows that it is still possible to do the right thing.". Conscience at War The Israeli Soldier as a Moral Critic. Click on image to enlarge: Ruth Linn - Author she probes for their motives and justifications and so provides a moral psychology of military dissent (and perhaps of dissent in general)." The focus of this book is the intellectual and moral challenges selective conscientious.
Considers dissent, its theological analysis, and place in Catholic life. Catholic theologians Catholic University Charles Curran Christ Christian church authorities church teaching Congregation conscience context contraception dialogue divine doctrine documents ecclesiastical ecclesiology episcopal ethics faith and morals Dissent in the 4/5(1).
Delve Deeper into “Soldiers of Conscience" A film by Catherine Ryan and Gary Weimberg Tollefson, James W. The Strength Not to Fight: Conscientious Objectors of the Vietnam War – in Their Own Words. Potomac Books Inc., This book explores the mindset of conscientious objectors of the Vietnam War; the depth ofFile Size: 42KB.
This third and final volume of Michael Watts's study of dissent examines the turbulent times of Victorian Nonconformity, a period of faith and of doubt. Watts assesses the impacts of the major Dissenting preachers and provides insights into the various movements, such as romanticism and the higher, often German, biblical criticism.
He shows that the preaching of hell and eternal damnation was. Dissent from War not only helps us to see the road not taken, but also offers some useful signs for getting there."—George Cheney, University of Utah DESCRIPTION The rhetorical presumption of war's necessity, observes Robert Ivie, functions to shame anyone who opposes military action and to portray dissenters as threats to national security.
Dissent is always contextual and lived moment to moment. Nor is it merely obstructive; rather, faithful protest is “grounded in a profound ‘Yes!’ to Jesus Christ as Lord, to God alone as sovereign over the conscience, and to the gathered community where Jesus Christ reigns and is discerned together.”.War No More: Three Centuries of American Antiwar & Peace Writing Edited by Lawrence Rosenwald “Conventional wisdom says that the voices of peace are inevitably drowned out by the trumpets of war, but this volume suggests otherwise.Get this from a library!
Dissent from war. [Robert L Ivie] -- "Ivie, a former US Navy petty officer, puts a microscope to the language of war supporters throughout history and follows the lives and memories of soldiers and anti-war activists who have dealt with.