Medical practice The implied understanding between physician and Pt that the former provides the best possible care in a truthful and timely fashion, in exchange for the latter's trust. See Doctor-patient relationship.
However, for the kingdom's ruling Al-Saud family, the problem is that, ultimately, it is likely there will be a cost to the government's unilateral rewriting of the social contract, which is one reason why haircuts suddenly pose a potential threat.
He accomplishes this by applying three criteria to decide which philosophers Rousseau followed and deviated from when he wrote the Social Contract, and those subsequent philosophers who were influenced by his work: "First, Rousseau's predecessors must have had some discernible effect on his own development.
She notes that her choices of novels focus on the idea of "starting over"(3) and that the interest in the social contract arises because "fictional postapocalyptic accounts present the useful falsehood that there is a ground--a state of nature--from which we can come together and renegotiate our lives" (6).
I call on the conflicting political parties, whose escalating and growing disputes are helping in Lebanon's destruction, to engage in a dialogue of frankness and reconciliation and to conclude a new social contract based on the National Pact with which the Lebanese built their country on the basis of living together and neutralizing Lebanon from any allegiance to any state in the East and the West," he added.
Project contributor, Armando Barrientos tracks recent changes and components of one facet of this new social contract in his new paper, 'On the Distributional Implications of Social Protection Reforms in Latin America'.