Date of publication: 2017-07-09 07:23
"Why rank that method among the great achievements of humanity? Because it makes moral inquiry a common human enterprise, open to everyone. Its practice calls for no adherence to a philosophical system, or mastery of a specialized technique, or acquisition of a technical vocabulary. It calls for common sense and common speech. And this is as it should be, for how a human being should live is everyone's business." 
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That, however, is precisely where the difficulties begin for minimum conditions by themselves are not enough. Law is not just an idealized system of rules: It also involves the public administration of those rules by a wide range of elected and appointed officials in an endless array of particular circumstances. For those who would defend a just legal order, the basic challenge is to strike a proper balance between limiting the discretion of these officials so that they do not undermine the rule of law, while also allowing them enough leeway to perform their essential roles.
9. What are the possible answers to this challenge? can include examples of how Tilak propounded his own version of Indo-aryan theory in the Arctic Home in the Vedas
Socrates' belief that the only harm in life is in our own wrongdoing must be seen in the context of Socrates' remedy to that evil. In Plato's Apology, Socrates says, I say that to talk every day about virtue and the other things about which you hear me talking and examining myself and others is the greatest good to man, and that the unexamined life is not worth living (Plato. Apology. 88a).
These rules were, of course, subject to exceptions that dealt with duress, fraud, non-disclosure, incompetence, and undue influence. They left open areas such as child labor, in the case of which there can be genuine differences regarding whether legal limits in fact protect children from parental exploitation or deny families the opportunity to work their way out of poverty. But such exceptions wane in importance in any regime that uses voluntary exchange to achieve economic growth.
8. Challenges posed by this mentality in India 8767 s journey to a world power v/s how can the pervasive presence of such a mentality aid us in the short term.
Such protections, together with lawmakers' increasing tendency to grant administrators broad discretion in carrying out immense and vague legislation, leave government officials with enormous freedom of action. This freedom only grows as the scope and range of the government's power to regulate grow for any law that gives government more to do opens up more opportunities for government abuses and mistakes. Indeed, now that government's reach is broad and deep, we find around us countless examples of abuses of discretion. And prominent among these are abuses of the power to waive requirements and to extract waivers of rights. Administrative discretion thus becomes a real threat to the rule of law.
I don 8767 t think this would suffice the statement. I think, they are asking as to how Gandhi adapted himself to changes/challenges he faced and what results they produced.
Yet discretion is, and ought to be, a necessary part of a government's work just as it is with private businesses. Government managers must run public offices and design and execute public projects. The military, the justice system, public schools, and many other public bodies are large institutions with management imperatives resembling those of private businesses. Executive officers in both settings discharge functions set by boards of directors on one hand and legislators on the other these overseers act on behalf of shareholders and citizens, respectively.
I would write on the change you want to see..one. It is an open topic and covers lot of dimensions. No preparation needed type topics are my forte !
At this juncture, Trump’s populist fixation on jobs and trade has befuddled his enemies and offered new areas of populist agendas for his allies. But no one knows to what degree Trump’s personal excesses fuel his populist appeal — or whether they eventually will undermine his own agendas.
Even Melete and I have radically differing perspectives in our experience of life. This is what makes the joining of our minds a fertile union. In the examined life, there is no alien other who must be excluded from respectable conversation on the issues. There are only different ideas that need to be examined in detail without personal disputations. In the examined life, ideas are not excluded through divisive polemics nor the refusal to discuss issues. Socrates believed that we examine all ideas until they either break or prove themselves.