Conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.
- These varied from the trials and subsequent execution of radicals for treason, to trials for sedition and seditious libel.
- The security laws ban treason, sedition, subversion and the theft of state secrets.
- The civil law world also has known heresy, treason and sedition, though the first has disappeared with the rights of expression born of the enlightenment.
rabble-rousing, incitement to rebel, subversion, troublemaking, provocation;
rebellion, insurrection, mutiny, insurgence, civil disorder
Late Middle English (in the sense 'violent strife'): from Old French, or from Latin seditio(n-), from sed- 'apart' + itio(n-) 'going' (from the verb ire).
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