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100 1  Schinkel, Anders 
245 10 Conscience and Conscientious Objections 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bAmsterdam University Press,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2007 
300    1 online resource (638 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- General Introduction -- 
       About this book -- Reality, consciousness, and language --
       The theory of symbols -- Method -- Part 1 -- 1: The symbol
       of conscience -- Introduction -- Preliminary understanding
       of conscience -- The Emergence of the symbol -- Core 
       elements of the symbol of conscience -- Some imaginative 
       symbols -- 2: Between symbol and doctrine: the 
       conceptualization of conscience untill the early Middle 
       Ages -- Introduction -- From compactness to 
       differentiation -- Concluding remarks -- 3: Between symbol
       and doctrine: differentiation and doctrinalization - the 
       religious conscience before and after the Reformation -- 
       Introduction -- From compactness to differentiation -- 
       From symbol to doctrine - and back? Conscience in 
       Renaissance and Reformation -- Concluding remarks -- 4: 
       Between symbol and doctrine: the first wave of criticism -
       the seventeenth century -- Introduction -- Thomes Hobbes 
       on Conscience, metaphor, and the abuse of language -- John
       Locke -- Influence -- 5:  Between symbol and doctrine: 
       Conscience grounded in Nature and Reason -- Conscience as 
       a faculty -- Conscience as an agent of the perfection of 
       man and society -- Evaluation: prospects for the new 
       conscience -- Some notes on the romantic conscience -- 6: 
       Between symbol and doctrine: the second wave of criticism 
       - the nineteenth century -- Preparations: from 'Nature' to
       'Nurture' -- Jeremy Bentham -- Charles Darwin -- Sigmund 
       Freud -- Concluding remarks -- 7: Twentieth-century 
       concepts of conscience -- Introduction -- Gilbert Ryle -- 
       Niklas Luhmann -- Concluding remarks -- 8: A fluid concept
       of conscience -- The symbol and concept of conscience -- 
       Conscience as a mode of consci ousness -- The development 
       of conscience as an education towards openness -- Ultimate
       concern -- Conscience, luminosity, and intentionality 
505 8  The moral quality of our own contribution to the process 
       of reality -- Conscience and experience -- Part 2 -- 
       Transition to part 2 -- 9: Conscience and freedom of 
       conscience -- Introduction -- How conscience and freedom 
       of conscience were related -- Where conscience and freedom
       of conscience part -- 10: The problem of order -- 
       Introduction -- The first dimension: political order -- 
       The second dimension: the ordered mind -- Concluding 
       remarks -- 11: Between idealism and pragmatism -- 
       Introduction -- Dynamics of order: between idealism and 
       pragmatism -- 12: Solutions to the problem of order -- 
       Introduction -- Before Luhmann -- Luhmann and after -- How
       to understand freedom of conscience -- Concluding remarks 
       -- Part 3 -- Transition to part 3: Conscientious objection
       -- 13: Identifying conscientious objections -- Wheter only
       conscientious objection understoon and expressed as such 
       can be identified as conscientious objection -- Core 
       elements of the symbol of conscience as indicators of the 
       conscientiousness of objections -- Identifiers of 
       conscientious objection, on the public level -- Concluding
       remarks -- 14: Conscie ntious objection, the state, and 
       the law -- Introduction -- The critical function of 
       conscientious objection and the contingent character of 
       positive law -- Conscientious objection and state power --
       Conscientious objection as a 'legal pressure valve' -- 
       Concluding remarks -- Ch. 15: Two case studies -- 
       Introduction -- Military conscription in the Netherlands -
       - the last ten years -- Conscientious Objections and gay 
       marriage -- Concluding remarks -- Ch. 16: Philosophical 
       foundations of conscientious objection -- The burden of 
       justification -- What conscientious objections are -- What
       sets conscientious objections apart from other kinds of 
       objections -- Why conscientious objections deserve special
       respect and treatment 
505 8  The differentiation between my approach to conscientious 
       objection and other approaches -- Concluding remarks -- 
       References -- Samenvatting (Dutch summary) 
520    About the philosophy of consentious objections 
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