Moral Rights and Political Freedom (Studies in Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy) e-book
by Tara Smith
Series: Studies in Social and Political Philosophy. Paperback: 234 pages. This is an excellent, if short book on the grounding of rights and political freedom.
Series: Studies in Social and Political Philosophy. Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (June 6, 1995). The author argues that both deontology and consequentialism are failures and argues for a different approach. Being a philosopher Smith writes clearly and concisely in this book was a pleasure to read. It's a powerful argument that deserve serious consideration.
Tara Smith does an excellent job constructing her case for the importance of rights and political freedom. And despite a tremendous effort, I'm afraid Tara Smith hasn't yet answered this question. I'm happy to see her declare that the deontology-vs. She begins by discussing the facts of reality that give rise to the concept of rights and provides different circumstances under which rights apply compared to where they don't. As part of this definition, she provides the importance of their teleological aspect. consequentialism dichotomy is a false one, and I even agree with her that the right approach is "teleological" (though for somewhat different reasons from hers).
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Start by marking Moral Rights And Political Freedom as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The book carefully elucidates what political freedom is and demonstrates why it should be protected by rights. Smith's thesis is that rights are teleological: respect for freedom is necessary for individuals' flourishing or eudaimonia. Smith Tara Smith ΦBK, University of Virginia, 1983 Author. Tara A. Smith (born 1961) is a professor of philosophy and holder of the BB&T Chair for the Study of Objectivism and holder of the Anthem Foundation Fellowship for the Study of Objectivism at the University of Texas at Austin. Smith specializes in moral and political theory.
Political freedom (also known as political autonomy or political agency) is a central concept in history and political thought and one of the most important features of democratic societies. Political freedom was described as freedom from oppression. Political freedom was described as freedom from oppression or coercion, the absence of disabling conditions for an individual and the fulfillment of enabling conditions, or the absence of life conditions of compulsion, . economic compulsion, in a society.
I approach this theme by studying the relation between freedom and justice in the philosophies of Rousseau and Kant. Yet, curiously, despite many rounds of debate over moral versus political conceptions, little attention has been paid to the meaning of human rights as international legal concepts.
The book carefully elucidates what political freedom is and demonstrates why it should be. .Studies in Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy.
The book carefully elucidates what political freedom is and demonstrates why it should be protected by rights.
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Given that social and political institutions both shape us and are shaped by us, what values should we adopt so that we may best fulfill our natures as individual and social beings? This general question reveals the normative character of the philosophical approach to social issues. This course is an introduction to social and political philosophy, the area of philosophy concerned with how we should live together. As such, it focuses on principles for regulating the living together of members of society. liberalism and socialism. We will study in detail two classic works, John Stuart Mill's On Liberty, and Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels' The Communist Manifesto.
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