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He is committed to three great "values," as he calls them: popular sovereignty; an ethic of reciprocity that he identifies as a democratic application of Christian love; and autonomy, which he identifies with individuals "internalizing limits on the freedom that democracy gives them.
It is often referred to as the ethic of reciprocity.
Some may point out that this ethic of reciprocity cannot apply to every situation (for example, when we are threatened by someone with criminal intent).
Instead, The Way of Thorn and Thunder presents an ethic of reciprocity and care for the land as a viable, if tenuous, alternative to the human values of personal ambition and material gain.
When we planned our trip we used the ethic of reciprocity as our guiding philosophy.
Basically, this principle applies the ethic of reciprocity and focuses on DoD's leadership role in ensuring an equal opportunity, discrimination-free workforce.
The ethic of reciprocity, also known as the Golden Rule, is an ethical code stating that one has a right to just treatment and a responsibility to ensure justice for others.
Most of the remainder of this book makes the case for realistic utopias based on the ethic of reciprocity.
Indeed, in some ways the internet is undermining the deeper sources of co-operation that gave rise to and sustained its ethic of reciprocity.
It is evolutionary--sociological improvement that has given rise to an ethic of reciprocity unanimously shared by all major religions.
This uniqueness finds its ground in the literary context in which Jesus' rule is located in the Sermon on the Plain (Luke 6:27-36): the command to love one's enemies (6:27-30), the rejection of the Greek ethic of reciprocity (6:32-34), and the disciples' imitatio Dei (6:35c-36).
Medical workers figure hardly at all in Mairs's account, but her ethic of reciprocity is a forceful microethical principle in the clinic.