In addition she considers various arguments against coercive paternalism treating people like children failing to show respect for autonomy and argues that they fail in the next two chapters she argues against the view that the costs of paternalistic policies psychological sociological are not likely to outweigh their benefits. Sarah conlys book against autonomy is the first full length philosophical exploration and defense of a much broader and coercive paternalism this is a well written thoughtful informed treatment of its topic. 5 stars because it is interesting and well written i dont agree with her much her main approach is to point out that we accept some sorts of coercive paternalism as part of the status quo seat belt laws but it is difficult to distinguish between those and other sorts of paternalism they . That is what paternalism is about doing what is necessary even if it is sometimes unwelcome to allow people to live the lives they truly want to live reference conly s against autonomy justifying coercive paternalism . Sarah conly an assistant professor of philosophy at bowdoin college is the author of against autonomy justifying coercive paternalism
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