Public Order Vs. Individual Rights Essay by The Research Group

Public Order Vs. Individual Rights
An attempt to balance the rights of individuals against the needs of society.
# 70152 | 1,840 words | 6 sources | APA | 2003 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2003 in Philosophy (General)


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This paper discusses individual rights versus public order and argues that public order takes precedence over individual rights. The paper assesses the duties of both citizens and of government and then details various situations in which there are tensions and conflict between the two.

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"In this report, the notion of individual rights and public order are examined and an argument advanced in favor of the primacy of public order over the rights of the individual. Generally, as Levinson has commented, in..."

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