The Constitution And Responsibility: The Fundamental Rights And The Elements Of Moral Agency

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While perhaps it is seldom, if ever, contended that either political independence or economic freedom alone brings perfect liberty, it is not, however, uncommon for free agency to be considered as synonymous with freedom of the soul. And it is true that the God-given right to choose one’s course of action is an indispensable prerequisite to such freedom. Without it we can scarcely enjoy any type of liberty—political, economic, or personal. Topics covered in this book: The difference between agency, freedom and liberty? The three elements of moral agency; The Constitution & our responsibility; Fundamental rights; The proper role of government. Contains two of the best treatises on fundamental rights and the role of government: The Proper Role of Government by Ezra Taft Bensonand The Law by Frédéric Bastiat. Understanding the proper role of government and our God-given fundamental rights is essential for a free people. Without an adequate and correct understanding of these principles, we cannot make informed and educated decisions. “Not only does your every political decision involve the free agency of others, but that of numerous people.” (H. Verlan Andersen). If you find any value in this book, please share it with others.

GÉNERO
Política y actualidad
PUBLICADO
2022
6 de enero
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
114
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Hannelore Stefanick
VENTAS
Shirley Harrison
TAMAÑO
299.7
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