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The book South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today includes an essay in which Johnson uses Cartman's actions and behavior as examples when discussing the logical problem of moral evil, and another essay by College of Staten Island professor Mark D. White cited the season two ( 1998 ) episode " Chickenlover ", in which Cartman is temporarily granted law enforcement powers, in its discussion regarding the command theory of law and what obligates a citizen to obey the law.
Sexual generation, on the other hand, must obey strict rules regarding the physical and moral qualities of the parents and the choice of a propitious time for conception, determined by an astrologer.
In 1793, when the British government called on the nation to fast in honor of the war, anti-war Dissenters such as Barbauld were left with a moral quandary: " obey the order and violate their consciences by praying for success in a war they disapproved?
' This can sometimes ( as with the conflict between William Tyndale and Thomas More over the translation of the Bible into English ) lead to moral quandaries: " Do I unreservedly obey my Church / priest / military / political leader or do I follow my own inner feeling of right and wrong as instructed by prayer and a personal reading of scripture?
Hare claims there are some reasons to obey moral rules.
* That Catholics have no moral obligation to obey the church's laws unless they are ratified by the state
They found that participants ' tendency to obey authorities was not as important to public opinion polling numbers as religious and moral beliefs.
The moral code of Bible ( both Old and New Testaments ) teaches only that to be moral one must understand and obey " God's Will " ( i. e., " Thy Will be done [...] ").
An Ethical dilemma is a complex situation that often involves an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives, in which to obey one would result in transgressing another.
And Noyes proclaimed “ it was impossible for the Church to compel man to obey the law of God, and to send him to eternal damnation for his failure to do so .” Noyes claimed “ his new relationship to God canceled out his obligation to obey traditional moral standards or the normal laws of society .” As a result Noyes started acting on impulses from his intuition rather than giving thought to the actions or consequences.
For Scheler, the very capacity to obey rules is rooted in the basic moral tenor of
A moral world order is established which assigns value to actions that obey the will of God ( and which claims that this general will, i. e. the right way of life for everyone, is eternal and unchanging ).
But since Emerson is equally critical of demoralizing “ know-nothing religions ” ( 181 ), he says, “ forget your books and traditions, and obey your moral perceptions ” ( 187 ).
Zhu Xi saw this fulfillment of potential as the ideal state of human existence, and only possible to achieve if one were to obey one's allotted moral duty, given their relative position in society.
The album was a moral recording, with messages of ending child rape (" Muntu Wesilisa "-" Men, We're Talking to You "), begging for a cure for HIV-Aids (" Saphel ' Isizwe "-" Disease All Over the Nation ") and asking children to obey traditional beliefs (" Siyancela "-" We Are Pleading With You ").

obey and law
Believing that God is the Author of this law and of all laws of nature, Roman Catholics believe that they are obliged to obey those laws, not frustrate or mock them.
Realtors in attendance at the colloquium expressed interest, for example, in Connecticut's new housing law as setting standards of equity that they would like `` to have to obey '', but in support of which none had been willing to go on public record.
It is assumed that internal interaction forces obey Newton's third law of motion in its strong form, that is, that the forces between particles are equal and opposite and act along the line between the particles.
He offers a theory of compliance overlaid by a theory of deference ( the citizen's duty to obey the law ) and a theory of enforcement, which identifies the legitimate goals of enforcement and punishment.
According to this viewpoint, citizens are sovereign, morally autonomous beings with duties to pay taxes, obey the law, engage in business transactions, and defend the nation if it comes under attack, but are essentially passive politically, and their primary focus is on economic betterment.
Cetaceans also obey Kleiber's law, which states that mass and metabolic rate are inversely related, i. e., larger animals consume less oxygen than smaller animals per unit mass.
But it was found later that Berthollet was not completely wrong because there exists a class of compounds that do not obey the law of definite proportions.
A practice may exist de facto, where for example the people obey a contract as though there were a law enforcing it, yet there is no such law.
Moses goes up the mountain into the presence of God, who pronounces the Covenant Code ( a detailed code of ritual and civil law ), and promises Canaan to them if they obey.
My lords, the law of nature moves me to sorrow for my sister ; the burden that is fallen upon me makes me amazed, and yet, considering I am God's creature, ordained to obey His appointment, I will thereto yield, desiring from the bottom of my heart that I may have assistance of His grace to be the minister of His heavenly will in this office now committed to me.
Much like the Brethren of the Common Life, he wrote that the New Testament is the law of Christ people are called to obey and Christ is the example they are called to imitate.
The historian Ibn Khaldun describes fiqh as " knowledge of the rules of God which concern the actions of persons who own themselves bound to obey the law respecting what is required ( wajib ), sinful ( haraam ), recommended ( mandūb ), disapproved ( makrūh ) or neutral ( mubah )".
This is because submission to the authority of the general will of the people as a whole guarantees individuals against being subordinated to the wills of others and also ensures that they obey themselves because they are, collectively, the authors of the law.
Is there a duty to obey the law?
: K. Exhortation to obey the law: blessing and curse ( ch.
LGBT Mormons, or Mormons who self-identify as gay, lesbian, or bisexual, remain in good standing in the church if they abstain from homosexual relations and obey the law of chastity.
However, a secular critique of the natural law doctrine was stated by Pierre Charron in his De la sagesse ( 1601 ): " The sign of a natural law must be the universal respect in which it is held, for if there was anything that nature had truly commanded us to do, we would undoubtedly obey it universally: not only would every nation respect it, but every individual.
According to Bauckham, the reformers Martin Luther and John Calvin repudiated the idea that Christians are bound to obey the Mosaic law, including the fourth commandment of the Decalogue concerning Sabbath, although they followed Aquinas's concept of natural law.
The oath of office used is: " I swear / promise to faithfully carry out the duties of the position of president of the Government with loyalty to the King ; to obey and enforce the Constitution as the fundamental law of the State, as well as to keep in secret the deliberations of the Council of Ministers ".
The fact that the sovereign must obey divine and natural law imposes ethical constraints on him.
For traditional conservatives, the payment of taxation is justified as part of the general obligations of citizens to obey the law and support established institutions.

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With another sudden change of mood, he is again calm and protective, exhorting her to trust and obey him as God's spokesman -- and the chromatic scale descends in ominous contradiction.
It was the mutual bond and obligation between monarch and subjects, whereby subjects are called his liege subjects, because they are bound to obey and serve him ; and he is called their liege lord, because he should maintain and defend them ( Ex parte Anderson ( 1861 ) 3 El & El 487 ; 121 ER 525 ; China Navigation Co v Attorney-General ( 1932 ) 48 TLR 375 ; Attorney-General v Nissan 1 All ER 629 ; Oppenheimer v Cattermole 3 All ER 1106 ).
The proper use of the symbol is debated ; it is used to describe any cyclic pi system in some publications, or only those pi systems that obey Hückel's rule on others.
By picturing Roman authority negatively proponents of this view believe that it is emphasizing the fact that Christian ’ s should obey and submit to Christ ’ s authority ( Acts 4: 19-20 ; 5: 29 ).
Whereas the members of Jewish Christianity were circumcised and adhered to dietary laws, the Pauline Christianity featured in Acts did not require Gentiles to be circumcised or to obey all of the Mosaic laws, which is consistent with Noahide Law.
This broad use of the term is likely to have come about because alkalis were the first bases known to obey the Arrhenius definition of a base and are still among the more common bases.
This is in contrast to the bosons, which do not obey the exclusion principle.
< cite id = disputedinjunction > The Vatican archives contain an unsigned copy of a more strongly worded formal injunction purporting to have been served on Galileo shortly after Bellarmine's admonition, ordering him " not to hold, teach, or defend " the condemned doctrine " in any way whatever, either orally or in writing ", and threatening him with imprisonment if he refused to obey .</ cite > However, whether this injunction was ever properly served on Galileo is a subject of much scholarly disagreement.
:" Now therefore, if you will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then you shall be a peculiar treasure unto me from all the peoples, for all the earth is mine " ().
The hypothesis that ƒ obey the Cauchy – Riemann equations throughout the domain Ω is essential.
Reason is, and ought only to be the slave of the passions, and can never pretend to any other office than to serve and obey them.
Bound by the rules of chivalry, Don Quixote submits to prearranged terms that the vanquished is to obey the will of the conqueror, which in this case, is that Don Quixote is to lay down his arms and cease his acts of chivalry for the period of one year ( a duration in which he may be cured of his madness ).
Since these compounds tend to be more reactive than compounds that obey their rule, electron counting is an important tool for identifying the reactivity of molecules.
We could never have imagined ( had we not seen it fall out in experience ) that a man raised up by ourself and extraordinarily favoured by us, above any other subject of this land, would have in so contemptible a sort broken our commandment in a cause that so greatly touches us in honour .... And therefore our express pleasure and commandment is that, all delays and excuses laid apart, you do presently upon the duty of your allegiance obey and fulfill whatsoever the bearer hereof shall direct you to do in our name.

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