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The Moral Philosophy of Democracy

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Charmaine Kris Banguiran

on 5 January 2014

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Transcript of The Moral Philosophy of Democracy

4. CONFRATERNITY OR BROTHERHOOD
- common origin , common nature and common destiny , all are one.
2. HUMAN RIGHTS
- spelled out in the constitution

3. EQUALITY OF ALL MEN
- teaches that each individual , regardless of social or financial status is a person ; equal to any other person .
5. COMMON GOOD, PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
- common origin , common nature and common destiny , all are one.
6. AUTHORITY AND LAW
-representative character of democracy
- by virtue of representation , the very right of the people to rule themselves is exercised by the officials whom the people have elected or appointed.
7. DIVINE PROVIDENCE
- God's intervention in the world
The Moral Philosophy of Democracy
Underlying these democratic concept may
be summed up as follows :

1. HUMAN LIBERTY
RELATION BETWEEN
MAN AND DEMOCRACY
- an autocentric being as distinguished from a thing which is heterocentric
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- each individual person is related to the entire community as the part of the whole.
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