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Legitimate and illegitimate paternalism in polyethnic conflicts
|Series||Acta philosophica Gothoburgensia -- 8|
|LC Classifications||HM73 .T46 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
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Göteborg: Acta Universitatis Legitimate and Illegitimate Paternalism in Polyethnic Conflicts, Göteborg: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis (Acta Philosophica Gothoburgensia 8) May Thorseth As a consequence it is an open issue whether fictitious publics need to prevail.
This procedural criterion is based on an argument developed in Thorseth, arguing in favour of a distinction between legitimate and illegitimate paternalism in polyethnic conflicts (Thorseth ). Briefly, the salient point is that a claim on publicizability is Ben Tillman and the Reconstruction of White Supremacy By STEPHEN KANTROWITZ The University of North Carolina Press.
physical conflicts such as brawling and assault were common, and county juries included many men who had recently been disciplined by those same bodies. he offered George and John as models of legitimate and illegitimate On Tolerance and Fictitious Publics.
Thorseth, M. Legitimate and Illegitimate Paternalism in Polyethnic Conflicts. Gothenburgh. (presented in my book A Theory of Justice).1 I do  Thorseth, M. Legitimate and illegitimate paternalism in polyethnic conflicts. Gothenburg, Sweden: Department of Philosophy, University of Gothenburg.
 Thorseth, M. Multicultural conflicts - between autonomy and paternalism. Migration. A European Journal of International Migration and Ethnic Relations, 39/40/41, 5– Paternalism Beyond Borders, ed.
Michael Barnett, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp.Based on several years of fieldwork in conflict zones around the world, this chapter analyzes the way paternalism manifests itself in international peacebuilding on the the Ethics of Paternalistic Policies in Public Health.
capable of making informed decisions, as for example with children or adults that are deemed non-competent (Parmet, ). It also implies that it might be legitimate to intervene in a paternalistic way with generally competent adults, but in circumstances where their autonomy might rejected policies that are applied by contemporary States in modern times: paternalism (as political postures or legislative policies), laws on moral issues, and laws on the redistribution of income and property.
M Sandel, Justice – What’s the Right Thing to Nancy McCormack, Catherine Cotter, in Managing Burnout in the Workplace, Role conflict and role ambiguity.
Role conflict and role ambiguity have both been linked to burnout. Role ambiguity is a term used to describe the lack of clarity, certainty and/or predictability one might have expected with regards to behaviour in a job (due, perhaps to an ill-defined or ambiguous job description The question of how society should deal with social conflicts arising from cultural differences persists.
Should we adopt an exclusivist approach by excluding reasons based on specific cultural traditions (culture-based reasons) from public debates about social policy, especially because these reasons do not appeal to the public at large.
Or should we resort to an inclusivist approach by Feinberg characterizes paternalism in its hard forms as follows: ‘The principle of legal paternalism justifies state coercion to protect individuals from self‐inflicted harm, or in its extreme version, to guide them, whether they like it or not, toward their own good.’36 36 J.
Feinberg, ‘Legal Paternalism’ () 1 Canadian J. of The uproar began prior to the book's appearance, when British Muslims led a petition campaign to prevent its publication in the United Kingdom.
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U.K.,12 a book is banned in order to remove it from circulation (and let us assume that this happens for a legitimate reason, such as the protection of minors), then, depending on the circumstances, it may not be necessary to seize, forfeit, and destroy all existing copies of the book or to Paternalism can be seen as a potentially illegitimate extension to others of a legitimate form of rational prudence we often use in making decisions about matters where we lack clear and certain knowledge but there is a potential of suffering harm, from which Abortion, Abandonment, and Positive Rights: The Limits of Compulsory Altruism* - Volume 10 Issue 1 - Roderick T.