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ethical basis of polical authority

Westel Woodbury Willoughby

ethical basis of polical authority

by Westel Woodbury Willoughby

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Published by The Macmillan company in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • State, The,
  • Political ethics,
  • Political science

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPolitical authority. The ethical basis of
    Statementby Westel W. Willoughby ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJC213 W74
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 460 p.
    Number of Pages460
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14712842M

    Legitimate political authority, he suggests, comes only from a social contract agreed upon by all citizens for their mutual preservation. Rousseau calls the collective grouping of all citizens the "sovereign," and claims that it should be considered in many ways to be like an individual person. The fact that someone is my lord means that I may rely on him; there is a correspondence between the lordship of Christ and that of the lords of this world, even though it is only a relative one Thus Luther establishes a very close relationship between our ethical relationship to political authorities and our relationship to God.

    CODE OF. GOVERNMENTAL ETHICS. Louisiana Revised Statutes of Chapter 15 of Title 42 (R.S. - R.S. ) As amended through the 8 Third Extraordinary Session. Published by. Secretary of State R. Kyle Ardoin. From the House of Representatives Database. The text of this book was provided by the House statutory database. In short, the ethics of sustainability provide the moral authority behind sustainability as a fair and equitable approach to making the world a better place. ROADMAP TO THIS BOOK This book is organized into three major sections. Part I, Foundations of an Ethics of Sustainability, provides the starting point for discussing the ethical context ofFile Size: 2MB.

    Ethics to establish principles of the GOOD and those of right behavior Ethics deals with the basic principles that serve as the basis for moral rules. Different principles will produce different rules. Meta Ethics - discussion of ethical theories and language. So, ethics and morality are not the same things! Consent, in ethics and political philosophy, an act of permitting something to be done or of recognizing some authority. Granting consent implies relinquishing some authority in a sphere of concern in which one’s sovereignty ought otherwise to be respected. Consent is, under certain conditions, generally taken to have deep moral significance, but scholars disagree over what forms of consent.


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