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|Men will die for an opinion as soon as for anything else. If you never change your |
opinions and never correct your mistakes, you will never be wiser tomorrow than
you are today. But think it through. Public opinion is a second conscience.
|... and, second, it will lead each individual to so discharge the responsibilities of |
citizenship as to make statute law conform, as nearly as wisdom ... Just as more
evil is restrained today by conscience than by legislation, so in the awakening to
which we look forward the application .... as greater power is placed in the hands
of officials), and while we seek to make rates reasonable and 806 PUBLIC
|Steps in conscience formation: Students are presented in junior year with "steps |
in conscience formation," a scheme ... Testament passages bearing on the issues
(s); (3) society's attitudes— what are the various currents of public opinion on ...
|Rethinking Freedom of Conscience and Religion in Canada Mary Anne Waldron. |
worth the ... Other than these accommodations, the law should have no tolerance
for protecting either of us against being outvoted in public opinion. The second
strand is a legitimate ground for taking action, insofar as it is a real concern.
|... “transnational” public opinion. National public opinion does not need to be |
considered for a second time, separately from state practice. ... The “dictates of
public conscience” constitute a specific state of public opinion. The “dictates of
|It would be to ignore its constitutional function, which is 'to allow a little time in |
which public opinion may form upon the ... (the debate on 12 December 1989
and the Second and Third Reading of the bill), each of which went
overwhelmingly in ...
|The first passage involves the following consequence: Persons who call |
debauchery wrong mean to imply that debauched persons ought to be punished
either by public opinion or by their own consciences. The second passage
involves the ...
|The combination of public and opinion into a single term, used to refer to |
collective judgments outside the sphere of government ... Noelle- Neumann (
1984) credits Rousseau with first using the phrase I' opinion publique around
1744, employing it in the second sense of opinion ... often in conjunction with "
common will" (bien public), "public spirit" (esprit public), "public conscience" (
conscience publique), ...