Selective Conscientious Objection

Philosophy Research Archives 14 (9999):1-19 (1988)
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The purpose of this paper is to consider the following three problems:(1) Whether selective conscientious objection is morally reasonable in general; and if so,(2) Whether selective conscientious objection should be recognized as a constitutional right by judicial interpretation; or(3) Whether selective conscientious objection should become part of any new draft law that would be passed by Congress.



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William O'Meara
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