In the name of of Allah the Merciful

Privacy In The Republic

Andrew Roberts, 0367509407, 9780367509408, 0367529114, 9780367529116, 1000601625, 9781000601626, 1000601730, 9781000601732, 9781003079804, 978-0367509408, 978-0367529116, 978-1000601626, 978-1000601732, 978-1003079804

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English | 2023 | PDF

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This book rethinks the idea of privacy. It argues that a satisfactory  account of privacy should not limit itself to identifying why privacy  might be valuable. It also needs to attend to the further question of  how it can be secured in those circumstances in which it proves to be  valuable. Drawing on republican ideas about the relationship between  freedom and self-government, the book asserts that privacy is valuable,  because it enables us to lead non-dominated lives. It prevents others  from acquiring power to interfere in our choices – to remove options  that would otherwise be available to us, and to manipulate our  decision-making. It further examines the means through which citizens  might exercise effective control over decisions and actions that affect  their privacy and proposes a democratic theory of privacy. With the  emergence of the ‘surveillance state,’ this volume will be indispensable  for scholars, students, and researchers in political theory, political  philosophy, law, and human and civil rights. It will be of particular  interest to policymakers, lawyers, and human rights activists.