S. P. philosophy

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Nelson Robert Nelson Lester Embree PHI2010 04/15/11 Word Count = 620 Social and Political philosophy Social and political concepts are different from one another, but they are much related and affect one another. Society would include the people under the leadership, and the politics would be the leadership and laws. In philosophy the same concept applies, but the focus is on studying the forms; “why do we need these laws and rule, and what do they really mean or affect us, and how do we affect each other”. Social philosophy answers questions on how we should behave towards each other; how it may be different determined by the area and also what is morally right, as political philosophy answers questions about how and what kind of rule should govern the people. Political philosophy concerns itself with the proper organization of human beings into groups governed by law or by instinct (Palmer 325). Politics is important, because it gives organization to society, although there are those who want to fight the power. A good government is the cause
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2012 for the course LIT 2010 taught by Professor Redman during the Fall '10 term at FAU.

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