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2014 | 2 | 1 | 5-17
Article title

Ethique et Politique

Content
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Languages of publication
FR
Abstracts
EN
The lecture engages the debate concerning the relation between politics and ethics. Ethics is the guardian of good practice and policy the guardian of the quality of life in the community. The author discusses their mutual historical development paying special attention to two dates. First in 1789, when the Bastille was demolished and the Republic founded with a slogan of ethical content (“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity”), but only in order to control it. The second date is 1989, the year in which the Berlin Wall fell, constitutes a turning point and the dominance of ethics over politics promoted by the triad: democracy, accountability, and human rights, which undoubtedly belong to the highest value. The problem with this is that ethical values can be used in an ideological way. In the final section, the Christian position on the proper relationship between ethics and policy and vice versa is discussed.
Year
Volume
2
Issue
1
Pages
5-17
Physical description
Contributors
  • Archivist and Librarian of Holy Roman Church
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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