Many in society would view being consistent as a very good trait and something that everyone should do. When someone is always changing their mind it is usually looked down upon in society. People who are firm in their beliefs and don’t change their mind are looked as great people and are great for sticking what they believe in. If a public figure had a strong viewpoint on something, but changed their viewpoint they would receive great criticism and lose lots of fans. Emerson’s view on consistency is, once again, completely different form the average view from society.
“The preference upon the part of the refugee for plural leadership and decision” and “the resentment which succeeds the intrusion of strangers in relief leadership.” showed that people preferred to care for each other on their own instead then being instructed to do so, when they are left by themselves to do so. There always seems to be a sprinkling of the risk for belittling, or patronizing, for what makes them different. It removes the feeling of being civilized while caring for others that makes us act that way. “EMMA,” Emergency Managers Mutual Aid, born the fact that such services needed to be coordinated. Prince believed that the writings of a self-proclaimed “revolutionist” demonstrates that its the much more main- stream philosophy of a different era.
You will be accountable and responsible for any mistakes or errors. You do not have to like the people you work with and you will need to keep personal opinions and feelings to yourself. Mutual respect and understanding needs to be established and is a key factor in developing a good working relationship. A personal relationship is formed through choice, with someone you share interests and feelings with and who you like. There will be no set of rules or procedures to follow and you won’t get paid.
Micheal Jones PHI 208 Ethics and Moral Reasoning Prof. Kathleen Andrews June 13, 2013 Giving: Is It Our Moral Obligation? “It is better to give than to receive”, many of us are familiar with this statement but few live by this golden rule. In today’s society it is everyman for himself. The weak are left to suffer with no hope of being rescued. We live in a world where we expect people to assist us in our time of need although we refuse to help those who truly need our assistance.
His thoughts lean toward having the government more involved with creating a sense of personal responsibility of our own health and the way we eat. In other words, more people and the government are seeing the personal “health, shape, and condition” matters of “public health” more so than a personal responsibility of a people. Another problem view point was the fact that there are no financial incentives to be healthy and live healthy. The cost of insurance remains the same no matter the person’s obesity. The thought that everyone is being over concerned with the health of others.
Time management is very important in all aspects of life. If you do not have positive in this area, you will fail to accomplish specific goals, and benchmarks. Again, you must hold yourself accountable to be disciplined enough to manage your time wisely. The consideration and respect you show others is a big aspect of this area. People typically demand respect before giving it.
A lot of people are just trying to get by life without ever stopping and thinking about how their actions are going to affect us now and later, they just go by life trying to get to the end without trying to make a change or impact in our world. Everyone should be here to do that. America does have it's good thoughts though, they have good means for the change that they want to do, but it's all talk, no action. We can't expect something to get done when all we do is talk about it, we have to actually get up and do something about the problems and the changes we think are here and should happen. I'm sure we could be an even greater nation, where people do care about what they do, and they think about everything they are going to do before even doing it..
Throughout my study of the individual, I have come to realise that the establishment’s desire for control, discourages individuality and has serious consequences for society. This is portrayed in Jonathan Demme’s film ‘Manchurian Candidate’ (2004) and Ken Kesey’s ‘One flew over the cuckoos nest” (1969). Both texts indicate that from any context it is hard to be an individual, because of the power, control and deception of the establishment, and the consequences of personal expression. An individual is anyone who defies against the rules and regulations of the establishment, being the media, governments and organisations. In both Manchurian and Cuckoo’s the individual is immersed in a dominating
Still no matter how much one may argue, terrorism and child warriors are wrong and always will be. I agree with the issues that Lenn Goodman touched on in the “Some Moral Minima” article. I feel that the world should be on one accord no matter your race, gender, religion. These issues would change anyone’s view, especially if it was done to their family or friends. Sometimes it has to hit home for most to understand; but why wait until then, it should never happen because it was and will always be
Without experiencing the full effect of both societies, a statesman is greatly at a disadvantage. To fully appreciate what you have, one must view it from an objective point of view. Politicians and statesmen support issues with a vested interest in the outcome. Most of them are confined to their states or residence, meaning an opportunity to leave the country will never rise. The roles of these men require their continued presence in these areas at all times.