Moral Monopoly

Moral Monopoly

-The London Review of Books. "This is an excellent piece of work, without recourse to jargon and written sensitively"-Mary McAleese, President of Ireland, The Irish Times.

Author: Tom Inglis

Publisher: Univ College Dublin Press

ISBN: UOM:39015047068393

Category: Religion

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Inglis explains that Catholicism was not simply a faith which endured but a fundamental force that shaped Irish society, dominated the way we dealt with our families, the way we gathered as a group.-The London Review of Books. "This is an excellent piece of work, without recourse to jargon and written sensitively"-Mary McAleese, President of Ireland, The Irish Times.
Categories: Religion

Moral Monopoly

Moral Monopoly

This is an explanation of how the Catholic Church came to hold such a powerful position in Irish society, and the factors central to the decline in the Church's monopoly on morality.

Author: Tom Inglis

Publisher:

ISBN: 0717115658

Category: Catholics

Page: 251

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This is an explanation of how the Catholic Church came to hold such a powerful position in Irish society, and the factors central to the decline in the Church's monopoly on morality.
Categories: Catholics

The North British Review

The North British Review

His poetry passage describes the moral judgments of was the poetry of yearnings
, rather than of Christ , whosenature ... more catholic , and elastic spirit than tion ;
" that love of moral monopoly which that which we owe to the moral criticism of ...

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ISBN: PRNC:32101064464611

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A Manual of Moral Theology for English speaking Countries

A Manual of Moral Theology for English speaking Countries

When one or more capitalists obtain joint control over the sale of some
commodity we have a capitalistic monopoly . The moral principles which govern
the exclusive right to sell are applicable also to the exclusive right to buy , and we
shall ...

Author: Thomas Slater

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105013571273

Category: Christian ethics

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Categories: Christian ethics

Nuclear Monopoly

Nuclear Monopoly

Morality. The arguments against preventive war listed so far will often seem to
overlap. Some readers might thus simply ... in a number of these kinds of logic,
the American moral aversion to applying the nuclear monopoly to preserve itself.

Author: George H. Quester

Publisher: Transaction Publishers

ISBN: 1412829844

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Clann Na Poblachta

Clann Na Poblachta

Apart from Whyte , Tom Inglis , Moral Monopoly : The Catholic Church in Modern
Irish Society ( Gill & Macmillan , Dublin , 1987 ) , pp . 53 – 8 , also deals with this .
16 Breandán Ó hEithir , The Begrudger ' s Guide to Irish Politics ( Poolbeg ...

Author: Eithne MacDermott

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015047537728

Category: Political Science

Page: 230

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Immensely enjoyable book containing new research on a fascinating period in Irish politics.
Categories: Political Science

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

However , I find it difficult to agree with your view that morality is not involved in
these things , and particularly in the question of monopoly . I think morality is very
definitely involved , and I think it was almost a question of morality that led to the ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Study of Monopoly Power

Publisher:

ISBN: PURD:32754082468228

Category: Antitrust law

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Committee Serial No. 1. Focuses on legislation on antitrust law statute of limitations and U.S. recovery of damages in antitrust suits; Considers legislation to revise price discrimination good faith defense provisions. Focuses on distribution costs and nature of good faith price competition; Considers legislation to exempt baseball and other sports from antitrust law provisions.
Categories: Antitrust law

Moral Responsibility and the Professions

Moral Responsibility and the Professions

REGULATIVE CODE OF ETHICS The monopoly enjoyed by a profession vis - à -
vis clients and community is fraught with hazards . A monopoly can be abused ;
powers and privileges can be used to protect vested interests against the public ...

Author: Bernard Baumrin

Publisher: Haven Publications

ISBN: UOM:39015012851104

Category: Professional ethics

Page: 390

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Categories: Professional ethics

Study of Monopoly Power

Study of Monopoly Power

However , I find it difficult to agree with your view that morality is not involved in
these things , and particularly in the question of monopoly . I think morality is very
definitely involved , and I think it was almost a question of morality that led to the ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924003676818

Category: Trusts, Industrial

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Categories: Trusts, Industrial

Public Opinion

Public Opinion

It is commonly said , I know , that a child cannot understand the moral bearing of
his acts , and that therefore rather ... that , b a grotesque inversion of the
definitions which right and wrong hay always borne , this monopoly has
persuaded not its ...

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ISBN: IOWA:31858027027501

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Ethics

Ethics

Monopolies are liable to be morally wrongful ; is the owning of land thus tainted ?
Is it in any way contrary to the spirit of the laws ? to the true will of the state ? The
term monopoly is used with a list of meanings that would vitiate any argument ...

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ISBN: PSU:000048168182

Category: Ethics

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Includes section "Book reviews".
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Preventing the Future

Preventing the Future

Tom Inglis , Moral Monopoly , Dublin : Gill & Macmillan , 1987 ; John Fulton , The
Tragedy of Belief , Oxford : Clarendon Press , 1991 . See also Tom Inglis , Moral
Monopoly : The Rise and Fall of the Catholic Church in Ireland , Dublin ...

Author: Tom Garvin

Publisher: Gill

ISBN: UOM:39015060370007

Category: Education and state

Page: 278

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From the mid-thirties to 1960, independent Ireland endured economic stagnation and a period of intense cultural and psychological repression. External circumstances - the depression of the thirties, World War II and post-war trade barriers which discouraged exports - accounted for only part of the problem. This book argues that the situation was aggravated by internal circumstances: especially the failure to extend higher and technical education to larger sections of the population. This failure was due to political stalemates in a small country; derived in particular from the power of the Catholic Church, the strength of the small-farm community, the ideological wish to preserve an older society and, later, gerontocratic tendencies in the social and political elites. mass education resulted in large numbers of young people being denied preparation for life in the modern world and, arguably, denied Ireland a sufficient supply of trained labour and educated citizens.
Categories: Education and state

Skeptic

Skeptic

For that, after all, breaks the monopoly of respectability, which they insist upon for
themselves. The struggle over moral and cultural monopoly runs as deep in our
social history as the struggle over economic power. But it obviously flows ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105005596239

Category: History

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Categories: History

The Political Science Concept Inventory

The Political Science Concept Inventory

MONOCRACY 411 MOSSADEGH MONOCRACY 488 B | MORAL TURPITUDE
MONOLITH 140 A MORALE MONOLITHIC STATE 163 A MORALE BUILDING
MONOLOGUE 585 B MORALITY MONOPOLY 145 A MORALS COURT ...

Author: Ralph Morris Goldman

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015054085306

Category: Political science

Page: 500

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Categories: Political science

Reconciliation and the Search for a Shared Moral Landscape

Reconciliation and the Search for a Shared Moral Landscape

... Princeton - , 1990 , Culture Shift in Advanced Industrial Societies , Princeton
University Press , Princeton Inglis , Tom , 1987 , Moral Monopoly – The Catholic
Church in Modern Irish Society , Gill and MacMillan , Dublin Interview with Beyers
 ...

Author: Maria Ericson

Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated

ISBN: 3631377096

Category: Social Science

Page: 499

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This book focuses on reconciliation in Northern Ireland and South Africa. The overarching aim is to identify «formal and material conditions», or prerequisites, for reconciliation and moral community (or more precisely a «shared moral landscape»). In both countries obstacles to reconciliation can be found in the following elements of a «moral landscape»: Experiences of trauma, separation and inequalities; divergent views of the conflict and of «the other»; opposing identifications and loyalties; certain norms for interaction and contestant interpretations of values such as «peace» and «justice». This book describes how these obstacles have been addressed in: 1) Efforts, particularly by ecumenical groups, to bridge the Catholic/Protestant divide in Northern Ireland. 2) The work of, and debates surrounding, the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission. On the basis of these dialogues in adverse circumstances, this study then suggests some prerequisites for «emancipatory conversations» - a central question in the search for a global ethics.
Categories: Social Science

The Moral Status of Profits and Other Rewards

The Moral Status of Profits and Other Rewards

Another kind of market failure arises in connection with monopoly . This creates
inefficiency in two ways . One , which has been well understood for many years ,
is that monopolists who seek higher profits can do so by restricting their output in
 ...

Author: Peter J. Hammond

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822007628035

Category: Economics

Page: 40

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Categories: Economics

Moral Minority

Moral Minority

In Moral Minority, the first comprehensive history of the evangelical left, David R. Swartz sets out to answer these questions, charting the rise, decline, and political legacy of this forgotten movement.

Author: David R. Swartz

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812207682

Category: History

Page: 384

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In 1973, nearly a decade before the height of the Moral Majority, a group of progressive activists assembled in a Chicago YMCA to strategize about how to move the nation in a more evangelical direction through political action. When they emerged, the Washington Post predicted that the new evangelical left could "shake both political and religious life in America." The following decades proved the Post both right and wrong—evangelical participation in the political sphere was intensifying, but in the end it was the religious right, not the left, that built a viable movement and mobilized electorally. How did the evangelical right gain a moral monopoly and why were evangelical progressives, who had shown such promise, left behind? In Moral Minority, the first comprehensive history of the evangelical left, David R. Swartz sets out to answer these questions, charting the rise, decline, and political legacy of this forgotten movement. Though vibrant in the late nineteenth century, progressive evangelicals were in eclipse following religious controversies of the early twentieth century, only to reemerge in the 1960s and 1970s. They stood for antiwar, civil rights, and anticonsumer principles, even as they stressed doctrinal and sexual fidelity. Politically progressive and theologically conservative, the evangelical left was also remarkably diverse, encompassing groups such as Sojourners, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Evangelicals for Social Action, and the Association for Public Justice. Swartz chronicles the efforts of evangelical progressives who expanded the concept of morality from the personal to the social and showed the way—organizationally and through political activism—to what would become the much larger and more influential evangelical right. By the 1980s, although they had witnessed the election of Jimmy Carter, the nation's first born-again president, progressive evangelicals found themselves in the political wilderness, riven by identity politics and alienated by a skeptical Democratic Party and a hostile religious right. In the twenty-first century, evangelicals of nearly all political and denominational persuasions view social engagement as a fundamental responsibility of the faithful. This most dramatic of transformations is an important legacy of the evangelical left.
Categories: History

The Journal of Markets Morality

The Journal of Markets   Morality

... Mask an Implicit Moral Philosophy The next problem I have with Professor Cole
' s argument concerns the term monopoly and his importation of an implicit moral
philosophy into the definition . When classical writers employed the concept of ...

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ISBN: UVA:X006191991

Category: Business ethics

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Categories: Business ethics

Mind

Mind

Even this position implies that the determination of distributive rights is not solely
a question of applying principles of justice and this is sufficient to show that
justice has no moral monopoly in the sphere of rights . It might be thought that my
 ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B3711772

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