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social good

Managed care Any benefit to the general public–eg, teaching and charity care, provided by physicians and health care workers
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In the second and final part of the book, Bushlack places his account of civic virtue in dialogue with natural law theory (chapter 4) and contemporary political philosophy (chapter 5), and concludes the book with a discussion of the role of rhetoric in promoting the common good (chapter 6).
Without seeing that an alternative conception of the common good is possible, the only way to interpret continued dissent (within this framework) is to see it as a claim that the triggering condition has not been met.
Ropke called his version of capitalism the "Third Way," or "social market economy," because it combined free markets with a concern for the common good.
When the common good is absent, politics becomes a matter of interest and, overwhelmingly, an immediate economic interest.
Since they do not carry out such a role for the common good, homosexual couples do not require equal recognition .
Most of the major concerns facing leaders across the country--budget challenges, immigration, health care reform and caring for the environment--can be framed as opportunities to advance the common good.
But rather than dwelling on the problems, A Nation for All shows a better way--a polities and culture dedicated to seeking the common good.
On the book's title page, the significance of this debate as the inspiration of this study is underscored typographically: the size of the letters of The Self in Early Modern Literature overtakes that of For the Common Good by a factor of two.
I suggest that Christian International Non-Government Organizations (INGOs) that seek to promote the common good encounter the temptation to pursue this objective through strategies that are primarily either conversionary or lacking a supernatural emphasis.
s investigation helps us to rethink our understanding of the ancient philosophers, the eudaemonism of their teleology and that of the Scholastics, the essence of human nature, the notion of natural inclinations, the description of the common good, and the nature of God.
Of course, part of the reason for these differences was the people themselves--their egalitarianism, their generosity, and their willingness to sacrifice for the common good.
Some Ontario churches, temples and mosques have pledged to work together to reduce the energy consumption in their places of worship with the help of Faith & the Common Good (FCG) and Green Communities Canada (GCC).