under compulsion

See: bound
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Bodily exercise, when compulsory, does no harm to the body; but knowledge which is acquired under compulsion obtains no hold on the mind.
Highcamp was a plain, bald-headed man, who only talked under compulsion.
Life Under Compulsion is a book about human nature published in the midst of a culture that behaves as if such a thing doesn't exist.
In its positive dimension, Life Under Compulsion is an invitation into the world of sanity, the rich perennial wisdom of Western thought about what it means to be human.
The premise of Life Under Compulsion is quite simple, and the title gives us a clue to the book's main argument.
Life Under Compulsion explores how modern society is perfectly engineered toward creating slaves--persons reduced to being little more than bundles of internal compulsions.
Education is a central preoccupation of Life Under Compulsion.
Life Under Compulsion devotes considerable attention to human sexuality and the family.
Chapter 8, "Fleeing the Family," is perhaps the richest and most profound section of Life Under Compulsion.
A quarter of wealthy Britons felt under compulsion to leave pounds 500,000 or more, while 65% said they were happy for those to whom they left money to spend it on whatever they wanted.
Legal commentators who have addressed this issue have been unanimous in arguing that the Supreme Court in Garrity required some kind of imminent severe administrative punishment for failure to provide information before the employee providing the information will be deemed to have acted under compulsion.