In this talk, Dr. Kelso Cratsley discusses common conceptions of “coercion,” acknowledging the many nuances in the word’s contested definition, and concluding with a diagnosis of the issues in this debate. Dr. Kelso Cratsley is a Lecturer of Philosophy in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and was a visiting researcher with the Kennedy Institute of Ethics.
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