Unspecific Coercion

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Coercion - Scope - Unspecific
... Under unspecific or impersonal coercion the conditional threats come from well-known and socially accepted general rules and – rather than any individual or sub-group – and are ... aimed at reducing the incidence of specific coercion, rather than forcing on everybody some special sub-set of positive goals ... More generally, unspecific coercion may be the form taken by disciplinary coercion, and this appears to be in fact the case within the most effective command systems of the modern ...

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    It is not a matter of desire, but of coercion and duty.
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