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reading of his ‘recipe’ for a good life. The ingredients of the good life It is often pointed out – to the point of being a cliché – that one of the difficulties of living in the modern world is the crumbling of traditional certainties and ensuing confusion about what values to hold and what aims to pursue. Time is limited, and we are torn between competing aims: career, family
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The good has to do with achievement of goals; the right, with laws and rules. The goodness paradigm recognizes that people have desires and aspirations, and frames values in terms of what enables a being to achieve its ends. The rightness paradigm recognizes that people live in groups that require organization and regulations, and frames values in terms of duty and conformance to rules
the divine command theory (aka theological voluntarism). Are right acts commanded by God because they are right, or are they right because they are commanded by God? If the former, then there is a standard of right and wrong independent of God’s commands; God’s commands are not relevant in determining the content of morality. This option seems to compromise God’s sovereignty in an
measure right and wrong. It provides a founda- tion for a just and decent future for all, and has given people everywhere a powerful tool in the fight against oppression, impunity and affronts to
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The right to education has been recognized as a human right in a number of international conventions, including the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights which recognizes a right to free, compulsory primary education for all, an obligation to develop secondary education accessible to all, in particular by the progressive introduction of free secondary education, as
Cite this article as: Larmore, C. Philosophia (1990) 20: 15. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02382582. DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02382582; Publisher Name Springer-Verlag
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W.D. Ross’s The Right and the Good. William David Ross (1877-1971) was a Scottish philosopher who was born in Thurso, Caithness. He served in the British Ministry of Munitions during World War I, and for his many acts of public service he was awarded a knighthood in 1938.
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The Person and the Common Good* By Jacques Maritain Among the truths of which contemporary thought stands in partic- ular need and from which it could draw substantial profiit, is the doctrine of the distinction between individuality and personality. The essential importance of this distinction is revealed in the principles of St. Thomas. Unfortunately, a right understanding of it is difficult
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The right side is considered the intuitive or spontaneous side, while the left side is logical. Knowing an individual’s brain dominance can help you understand his/her “ways” of thinking, behaving,
1 Selections from: W. D. Ross, The Right and the Good (1930) What Makes Right Acts Right? When a plain man fulfils a promise because he thinks
The Rise of Government and the Decline of Morality by James A. Dorn. is a series of distinguished essays on political economy and public policy. The Cato Institute takes its name from an earlier series of Cato’s Letters,essays on political liberty written by John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon in the 18th century, which were widely read in the American colonies and played a major role in laying
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II WHAT MAKES RIGHT ACTS RIGHT? The real point at issue between hedonism and utilitarianism on the one hand and their opponents on the other is not whether ‘right’ means ‘productive of so and so’; for it cannot with any plausibility be maintained that it does.
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CHOOSING THE RIGHT WORD Identifying informal words: Depending on the context, the words on the right may be preferable to the words on the left for academic writing. Refer to a good English dictionary to check for meaning if you’re not sure which word to use. Part of speech Informal vocabulary Formal (more academic) vocabulary 1. Nouns thing factor, issue, aspect, item place location
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Good governance and human rights are mutually reinforcing. Human rights prin- Human rights prin- ciples provide a set of values to guide the work of Governments and other polit-
You have the right to feel good about yourself by: Being treated like other children and young people who do not live in care Knowing who you are and your history
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dispositions, the qualities of character, on which a good society depends. Some people, including many who support price-gouging laws, find the virtue argument discomfiting. The reason: It seems more judgmental than arguments that appeal to welfare and freedom.
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above and beyond feeling “good.” The current research assessed the desirability of distinct emotions, including both pleasant (e.g., love and compassion) and unpleasant (e.g., anger and hatred)
right (e.g., equity) is prior to the good and that an action can maximize the good and yet be morally wrong if it violates a deontological principle, such as a rule, right, or duty. Contemporary proponents of deontological theories, most notably Rawls, observe the near universality of fairness norms and argue that this sense of fairness underlies institutions and society as a whole, thereby
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In my brief comment, I shall think with Ci on the relationship between the democratic and liberal components of a liberal democratic society on the one hand and that between the right (liberty) and the good on the other.
DIETARY FAT: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND HOW TO EAT THE RIGHT ONES On any nutrition label, four different kinds of fat may be listed: trans, saturated, polyunsaturated and monounsaturated.1 Each
I THE MEANING OF ‘RIGHT The purpose of this inquiry is to examine the nature, relations, and implications of three conceptions which appear to be fundamental in ethics — those of ‘right’, ‘good’ in general, and ‘morally good’.
The Right and the Good is a classic of 20th‐century philosophy by the great scholar Sir David Ross, which is now presented in a new edition with a substantial introduction by Philip Stratton–Lake, a …
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page 74 note 2 On the whole question of the definition of good as “object of desire or interest” and the dependence of good on “desire,” see Ross, : The Right and the Good, chap, iv, pp. 80 ff.
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