To begin with, the luxury of a state government being able to adopt policies that may not be followed nationally is essential to success. This can give a state the extra laws needed while at the same time prevent them from being followed nationally. Contrasting regions may need this based on different populations, geography, and religions. Most people don’t realize how diverse a nation can actually be. Laws accepted in one state may be unnecessary in another.
Instrumentally rational action is when a goal is not desirable but an induvidual still works out the best way to reach it. Value rational action is when an individual works towards a goal although doesn't know what the outcome will be. Traditional action is a routine action which is done out of habit whilst affectual action is action which is expressed by emotion. Although Weber takes into account the individual choice and focuses on understanding (meanings) when explaining a persons behaviour the four catergories are hard to apply to real situations. Also as we are our own selves and cannot put ourselves in the shoes of someone else we can never really fully understand someone's actions.
One may interpret the primary precepts in their own way which makes obeying g-d's rules more specific to each individual. However this may be difficult in some cases due to the fact that one may initially do an act that is good, yet the result of which turns out bad. Natural law supports the idea that there are two types of good; Actual Good and Apparent. Real good is the right thing to do, an act that fits the human ideal. Apparent good is something which seems to be the correct way to act initially but does not
According to the authors: “It is well and good to opine or theorize about a subject, as humankind is wont to do, but when moral posturing is replaced by an honest assessment of the data, the result is often a new, surprising insight.” The research in Freakonomics shows that economic and social issues that often difficult, but not impossible, to quantify. One of the themes of this book is a conformist, that wisdom is often wrong. In Chapter Three, Levitt and Dubner quite from economist and diplomat John Kenneth Galbraith, who states that social behavior is complex and “to comprehend character is mentally tiring.” So, according to Galbraith, conformist mind must be a simple, useful, happy, calming, though not necessarily true. Since then, the author, address, and drive on, the drug dealer-related conformist mind, the author gives an interesting and simple example of the costs and profits of a firm. J.T’s Black disciples profits come from seal of drug, gang payments, and blackmail.
As stated in the article, “The Need for: Conformity”, “Or conformity help others to be able to depend upon us. When our actions are predictable, others can feel more at ease around us. This conformity is the result of conscious decisions on our part, decisions that we will be helpful, and contributing members of our communities”. Some people might say that we shouldn’t conform and that’s the betterment of society but that is not true. In the article,
Centrists argue based on reason and circumstance to define importance of a given point. They tend to be realistic and avoid extremes whenever possible. Of course an extreme may be required, so luckily Centrists tend to exercise reason in application. Centrists dislike special interest influence and unfair practices. They don’t appreciate spin from candidates or news organizations.
No matter how well intentioned your Care plan is, not everybody will enjoy this process. Some people will respond well and enjoy making the plan, others might not. Some will not find it easy sharing this information with just anybody. It could feel embarrassing or intrusive or they might just feel like it’s none of your business. Can the service user give you consent to speak to relatives?
In decision making one needs to have earned trust so the decision itself can be relied on. If you cannot rely on someone you cannot trust him. Making bad decisions can make people stop trusting you. Respect Respect is something my father has mostly thought me. I am brought up in a way that you should tread people the way you want to be treated.
Most people say it is up to you to believe whatever, but then again there is believing or knowing the truth in life. If truth is what corresponds to reality, then it is to our benefit to understand ways of determining what actually does correspond to reality (what is true). You’ll never know what is true or not when you actually find out for yourself, it’s really not that hard to do it. It’s almost like saying trusting your gut, being uncomfortable in a comfortable
Understanding the individual may challenge your own attitudes and values. Find out about their attitudes and [ beliefs – ignorance can often be a barrier. Understanding may promote tolerance. Be professional at work. Even if you fundamentally disagree with another individual’s attitudes and beliefs, they have the right to hold them, the same right as you have.