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Mill's concern with civic virtue is (over-)emphasised in E.
The work covers such topics as the interaction between the monarchy and Marseilles merchants on issues of civic virtue, international markets and taxation, public health and the plague and civic religiosity.
Furthermore, Valignano saw the formation of personal and civic virtue as a goal shared by Confucian education and philosophy and the Catholic humanism formulated by the Jesuit schools of the day.
In the same way, the idea of networks maps well with the arguments that conservatives deploy vis-a-vis the great disruption--especially when those arguments glisten with references to civic virtue or civil society.
544) Capable management, in Britain and France a product of a liberal political cultures, saw London and Paris through the worst of the war; in Berlin, on the other hand, an underdeveloped sense of civic virtue hamstrung efforts to wage total war and fueled the revolutionary upheavals of the immediate postwar era.
Still, this commendably concise and readable volume takes important strides toward clarifying the place of a crucial civic virtue.
When will public officials stop for a moment, and listen to what they're saying--that hard work and patience are for suckers, that civic virtue is a function of how much you spend on the lottery?
She has another book due out this fall: "Becoming Good American Schools: The Struggle for Civic Virtue in Education Reform.
There is no such thing as neighborliness or charity or civic virtue in this universe, no relationship that extends beyond the purchase.
In his analysis, shared republican concerns include a critique of customary hierarchies, participation in an expanded public sphere, a focus on civic virtue and responsibility, a commitment to liberty for the people (however defined), and perhaps most important, the development of a poetics of the sublime.
This is especially evident in the ongoing dialectic among the interlocutors in Plato's Republic, which Lutz believes is dedicated to an examination of civic virtue.
It should come as no surprise to Americans familiar with the role of lawyers in the savings-and-loan disaster, the international arms and drug trades, the takeover gluttony of the last 10 years, and every political campaign, that legal acumen guarantees nothing in the way of civic virtue.