Monday, December 12, 2016

Civil Disobedience

What common denominators do they share?
They share that we don't agree with it.  It's change that we don't like so we won't let it happen.
Effected day to day. Closing doors and keeping us here.

What relationship do they create between the government and the individual?
It comes off as really bad because the change that we want we don't like.

Where did you draw the line for yourself?
I drew it when it became grounded and the sit in and the walk outs.

From Thoreu's.
The only obligation which I have a right to assume, is to do at any time what I think right... " I feel that this stands out to me because you can always make the fun decision even if its the decision that nobody else goes with but you think is right you should go for it.

He thinks that you can do what you want to a certain extent. You are able to make your own decisions and stand up for what is right

From Martin Luther King
... there are two types of laws: there are just there are unjust laws. I would agree with Saint Augustine that "An unjust law is no law at all" If someone disagrees with you then they think that you are bad person even though you are not.

I feel that it is the unjust law because people who break the law usually don't have a lot of respect.

Civil Disobedience- It means that you are disagreeing but not hurting anybody.
The protests around the elections.

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