The Rebel Topics for Discussion

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Consider the author's contention in the introduction that contemporary society (that is, society contemporary to him) is filled with institutionalized, justified, rationalized murder. Consider also the book's definition of murder as explored in "Themes - Murder as Anti-Rebellion." What sorts of murder other than the physical are taking place in your society? What is being said and/or done to justify those murders? Are they actually justified? Why or why not?

Debate this quote from Part 2, Section 4. "If God is denied in the name of true justice," the author asks, "how can an idea of justice be defined without an idea of God?"

In every country, in every period of history, there are acts of revolution similar in purpose and manifestation to the French Revolution (see Section 3). Analyze and discuss the principles and manifestations of revolution in your particular historical/societal context. Consider the origins of the...

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