Cnota umiarkowania w polityce
THE VIRTUE OF MODERATION IN POLITICS
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The cardinal virtue of moderation seems to be the least associated with the policy, since it relates only to the individual. A detailed analysis shows us that it has a political dimension. In today’s ruling in Europe’s prosperity and generous social benefits system the first area, the virtue of moderation, concerns our demands or claims to property. The second area in which the virtue is expressed as a cautious approach is the legal-political institutions of our state system. The virtue of moderation is also huge political connotations to control and keep within the bound of their own passions and feelings. Finally, this cardinal virtue in political context, means restraint in being in authority. Observing our political life there is no doubt that the virtue of temperance and its links with the policy needs to be reminded constantly and everywhere.
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