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Common sense, a golden rule no. 2

by International Association of Chiefs of Police

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Published by International Association of Chiefs of Police in Buffalo, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cleveland (Ohio),
  • Cleveland (Ohio). Police Dept.,
  • Law enforcement

  • Edition Notes

    Statementaddress delivered by Fred Kohler
    ContributionsKohler, Fred
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p., [1] leaf :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26423694M
    OCLC/WorldCa29871943

    "The rule of law is better than that of any individual." The rule of law, also called supremacy of law, is a general legal maxim according to which decisions should be made by applying known principles or laws, without the intervention of discretion in their application. This maxim is intended to be a safeguard against arbitrary governance.   Common Sense Atheism does not apply the Golden Rule. The Bible, obviously, never says “Do unto the claims of others what you would want done unto yours,” and the Golden Rule is not meant to be interpreted as saying so. The Bible explicitly states that some claims should be given no consideration at all, and dismissed out of hand. Deut.

    His conception of government, especially as presented in the first section of this pamphlet, is largely informed by abstract, liberal, and philosophical speculation, not by religious dogma. Furthermore, Paine generally opposed the mixture of religion and politics, as indicated by his response to the Quakers in the appendix to Common Sense. He studied Greek under Dr. A. T. Robertson. Dr. Cooper is known for his “Golden Rule of Interpretation” which is as follows: When the plain sense of Scripture. makes common sense, seek no other sense; Therefore, take every word. at its primary, ordinary, usual, literal meaning. Unless the facts. of the immediate context, studied in the light.

    The golden rule, "do to others as you would have others do to you," is widely assumed to have a single meaning, shared by virtually all the world's religions. It strikes the average person as intuitively true, though most modern philosophers reject it or recast it in more rational form. Samuel Pufendorf's On the Law of Nature and Nations (bk. 2, ) sees the golden rule as implanted into our reason by God, answers Sharrock's objections, defends the golden rule by the idea that we ought to hold everyone equal to ourselves, and gives golden-rule quotes from various sources (including Hobbes, Aristotle, Seneca, Confucius.


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To summarize Professor Appiah’s argument concerning the “Golden Rule”, he says that in order to apply this law to our lives we must consider how we would react to certain situations, as well as how the other person would react when we take into consideration their background.

The point Appiah is trying to get across. The Golden Rule differs from the maxim of reciprocity captured in do ut des – “I give so that you will give in return.” The Golden Rule needs to be differentiated from Kant’s categorical imperative: “Act only according to that maxim whereby you can, at the same time, will that it should become a universal law.”.

David L. Cooper (), founder of the Biblical Research Society, taught as his Golden Rule of Common sense “When the plain sense of Scripture makes common sense, seek no other sense; therefore, take every word at its primary, ordinary, usual, literal meaning unless the facts of the immediate context, studied in the light of related passages and axiomatic and fundamental truths.

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“It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts ). The Golden Rule is also part of the second greatest commandment, preceded only by the command to love God Himself (Matthew –39). What is interesting to note about the Golden Rule is that no other religious or philosophical system has its equal.

Common Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine in – advocating independence from Great Britain to people in the Thirteen g in clear and persuasive prose, Paine marshaled moral and political arguments to encourage common people in the Colonies to fight for egalitarian government.

It was published anonymously on Januat the beginning of the American Author: Thomas Paine. No prophecy of scripture is of private (special) interpretation (II Peter ); The sum of thy word is truth (Psalm ). Study the following texts and apply the Golden Rule of Interpretation.

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2, Views. 4 Pages: The Golden Rule is the principle of treating others as you want to be treated. It is a maxim that is found in many religions and cultures. It can be considered an ethic of reciprocity in some religions, although different religions treat it differently.

The maxim may appear as a positive or negative injunction governing conduct. The common sense Golden Rule of Interpretation. This has often been shortened to “When the plain sense of Scripture makes common sense, seek no other sense, lest it result in nonsense.”.

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