Authority and liberty

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Philosophy

 

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Billy M

 

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August 30, 2012

 

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University

 

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The authoritarian model tends to assume a rather pessimistic view of the individual, believing that individuals are irresponsible and irrational, so that social order can only be maintained if they are forced to obey strict rules and laws. The libertarian view has a more optimistic view of human nature, regarding human beings as rational, and as using their rational faculty to pursue consistent goals...
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The libertarian view has a more optimistic view of human nature, regarding human beings as rational, and as using their rational faculty to pursue consistent goals. Thus social order will be largely maintained because people will enter relationships with one anther for mutual benefit. In taking this view of the individual Mill was largely adopting the belief of his father’s mentor Jeremy Bentham...
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