By Jonathan Swift
40 grandes principles que han cambiado el mundo.
Esta fábula indecente y exuberante es una unique sátira sobre los angeles política, el exceso religioso, los angeles moda, los angeles locura y el acto de escribir. Mediante el arma de los angeles parodia, quick emprende una crítica del entusiasmo, el orgullo y los angeles credulidad.
A lo largo de l. a. historia, algunos libros han cambiado el mundo. Han transformado l. a. manera en que nos vemos a nosotros mismos y a los demás. Han inspirado el debate, l. a. discordia, los angeles guerra y los angeles revolución. Han iluminado, indignado, provocado y consolado. Han enriquecido vidas, y también las han destruido. Taurus publica las obras de los grandes pensadores, pioneros, radicales y visionarios cuyas rules sacudieron l. a. civilización y nos impulsaron a ser quienes somos.
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Rather than accept that slavery is an illegitimate and immoral institution, for instance, they attempt to secede. For the reasons mentioned in the text, I am interested in thinking about the considerations of immediate principle. I am grateful to Jeff Tullis for encouraging me to clarify this point. 19 20 14 | chapter 1 may be very difficult to discern. When this is true, and there is no strong pragmatic reason to act one way or another, citizens and officials are left with considerable latitude to follow principle.
The first concerns authority: who should have the authority to make decisions about the recognition and accommodation of cultural minorities? The second, by contrast, concerns the substance of deliberation: what substantive principles and normative criteria should guide the decisions of whoever it is that is legitimately tasked with making decisions about cultural rights? Those who press the objections from democracy presume that the important question is the authority question. They argue that the democratic process should be the ultimate maker of decisions about cultural rights.
Laurin 1977, 47–49. Some political theorists have suggested a trade-off between learning English and Spanish-language instruction in the public schools (see sec. 6). ” 23 24 16 | chapter 1 One does not need fancy normative theories of cultural justice to see why constitutions should often extend minority rights to cultural groups. Instead, all one needs is a morally minimal concern to prevent oppression and fear, combined with the observation that the point of constitutions is, in part, to counterbalance prospective threats to liberty, security, and other basic interests.
Cuento de un tonel (Taurus Great Ideas) by Jonathan Swift