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Authority and the individual.

With a terminal essay, Philosophy and politics.

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        PublishersBeacon Press
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        LC Classifications1963
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        Paginationxvi, 120 p. :
        Number of Pages93
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The chapters entail an overview of the relations between Social Cohesion, Human Nature, Governments, The role of inidividuality and the evolution of technology. However, based on the nature of current government and the individual's role in society, I believe it is actually Russell's brilliance which makes i "Energy and the wish to be effective are beneficent if they can find the right outlet, and harmful if not - like steam, which can either drive the train or burst the boiler.

Russell also nails the problems of focusing on means more than ends, especially concerning using the government to enforce social standards and norms at the expense of individual ends. Russell also nails the problems of focusing on means more than ends, especially concerning using the government to enforce social standards and norms at the expense of individual ends.

AUTHORITY AND THE INDIVIDUAL IN CIVIL ASSOCIATION: OAKESHOTT, FLATHMAN, YVES SIMON on JSTOR

This noncommittment usually stretches throughout their works, even when first principles are not in question, and thus it is the philosophy of compromise and mediocrity. The final chapter rounds up all of the fleshed out arguments in the previous chapters, and uses them collectively for a climax which gives a refined amalgamation of Russell's Authority and the individual.

We are willing that human life shall have an element of turbulence if thereby we can escape such evolutionary stagnation. Would make an excellent companion to Huxley's essay 'The Ultimate Revolution.

The transition from the family to the small tribe was presumably biologically connected with the fact that hunting could be more efficient if it was cooperative, and from a very early time the cohesion of the tribe must have been increased and developed by conflicts with other tribes. This duality of human nature is presented in the most clear way I've encountered in philosophical works.

This is most complete in ants and bees, which apparently are never tempted to anti-social actions and never deviate from devotion to the nest or the hive. Does modernity stray too far from what that is?

Authority and the Individual

Anyone who hopes that in time it may be possible to abolish war should give serious thought to the problem of satisfying harmlessly the instincts that we inherit from long generations of savages.

Orang mendapati Russell, selaku pemikir yang punya logika yang presisi dan guru yang ulung, menjelaskan kepada kita sifat pertanyaan yang harus ditanyakan sebelum skema semacam itu dapat dibuat dengan pantas. As we are forced to carry out menial tasks in our lives i.

His writing is very enjoyable to read. The ones at the bottom feel like no change is possible, and the people at the top are too distant from the problems they aim to solve. The problem, like all those with which we are concerned, is one of balance; too little liberty brings stagnation, and too much brings chaos. If a man seriously desires to live the best life that is open to him, he must learn to be critical of the tribal customs and tribal beliefs that are generally accepted among his neighbours.

Love of power can be satisfied in many ways that involve no injury to others: by the power over nature that results from discovery and invention, by the production of admired books Authority and the individual. works of art, and by successful persuasion.