[Ethics Series] Ethics in Public Administration – Part I

2021-03-22T10:58:39+05:30By |Categories: Ethics|

INTRODUCTION:- ‘Ethics’ is a difficult term to define. The meaning, nature and scope of ethics have expanded in the course of time. ‘Ethics’ is integral to public administration. In public administration, ethics focuses on how the public administrator should question and reflect in order to be able to act responsibly. [...]

Ethics Series-MAN and the STATE -Part V

2021-03-12T16:29:33+05:30By |Categories: Ethics|

The Views of Mill and Spencer:- This dream of social reform and the building of a more ideal society was basic to the thinking of JOHN STUART MILL also. He believed that the phenomena of social living conformed to fixed laws just as other phenomena do. However, he recognized that [...]

Ethics Series-MAN and the STATE-Part II

2021-03-05T01:26:10+05:30By |Categories: Editorials, Ethics|

The State According to Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle:- SOCRATES first asked the important questions involved in the problem. Xenophon, in his Memorabilia, recounts that Socrates never tired of asking of everyone he met, “What is a state? What is a statesman? What is a ruler over men? What is a [...]

Go to Top