Edmund Burke had traditional conservative views. He said that because of the profound tendency
toward irrational behaviour on the part of humans, guidance and direction from traditional
authorities is needed in order for society to enjoy peace and stability.
He argued that traditional authorities should pass on long-standing moral teachings through the
family, religious institutions, and governmental laws; and insisted that compliance with traditional
morality is more important than individual liberty. In other words, people should not have the
freedom to violate moral precepts.
- Capital Punishment, a Deeply Debated Political Issue
- Italy Post-World War I and the Political, Social, Economic Structure
- Political Philosophers
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: