3 edition of CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS found in the catalog.
September 1, 1998 by Ohio State University Press .
Written in English
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Although you are unlikely to agree on every issue, you can still build a positive relationship in the long run. You can call the toll-free Hotline at 1. Now virtue is concerned with passions and actions, in which excess is CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book form of failure, and so is defect, while the intermediate is praised and is a form of success; and being praised and being successful are both characteristics of virtue. The seven contributors to this volume use the American experience with direct democracy to investigate some fundamental questions of politics: Can modern democracy have direct citizen participation in legislation? Critics often point to attack ads that smear an opponent's reputation or make unfounded accusations without discussing issues as being unpopular with the public.
Write a letter. For these reasons also they are not faculties; for we are neither CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book good nor bad, nor praised nor blamed, for the simple capacity of feeling the passions; again, we have the faculties by nature, but we are not made good or bad by nature; we have spoken of this before. Representative to handle constituent services. Thayer pushes against the view that judges are uniquely qualified or empowered to pass on the constitutionality of legislation relative to legislators or, presumably, executives. University of Texas law professor Sanford Levinson criticizes the imbalance of power in the Senate as causing a steady redistribution of resources from blue states to red states and from "large states to small states.
This is a good opportunity to meet your legislator and to express your views and concerns in an informal setting. On the other hand, according to the separation of powers doctrine, the legislature in a presidential system is considered an independent and coequal branch of government along CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book both the judiciary and the executive. Hence we ought to have been brought up in a particular way from our very youth, as Plato says, so as both to delight in and to be pained by the things that we ought; for this is the right education. For the brave man appears rash relatively to the coward, and cowardly relatively to the rash man; and similarly the temperate man appears self-indulgent relatively to the insensible man, insensible relatively to the self-indulgent, and the liberal man prodigal relatively to the mean man, mean relatively to the prodigal.
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The general account being of this nature, the account of particular cases is yet more lacking in exactness; for they do not fall under any art or precept but the agents themselves must in each case consider what is appropriate to the occasion, as happens also in the art of medicine or of navigation.
Inpolitical scientists M. Rather, he argued, judicial judgments of constitutionality should be decisions whether a legislator could have had a CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book or rational basis for thinking that a law was in fact constitutional.
But most people do not do these, but take refuge in theory and think they are being philosophers and will become good in this CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book, behaving somewhat like patients who listen attentively to their doctors, but do none of the things they are ordered to do.
We must drag ourselves away to the contrary CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book for we shall get into the intermediate state by drawing well away from error, as people do in straightening sticks that are bent. In parliamentary and semi-presidential systems of governmentthe executive is responsible to the legislature, which may remove it with a vote of no confidence.
Again, it is from the same causes and by the same means that every virtue is both produced and destroyed, and similarly every art; for it is from playing the lyre that both good and bad lyre-players are produced. When we examine this objection concretely, however, it loses much substance.
The twelve contributors to this volume use the American experience with direct democracy to investigate some fundamental questions of politics: Can modern democracy have direct citizen participation in legislation? A Representative House might avail itself routinely of analyses similar to those which describe and evaluate the effects of initiative measures in the voter booklets of some states.
The connection with the jury system is more than mere convenience. Most commonly, the national legislature is known as the Parliament, the Congress, or the National Assembly. For these reasons also they are not faculties; for we are neither called good nor bad, nor praised nor blamed, for the simple capacity of feeling the passions; again, we have the faculties by nature, but we are not made good or bad by nature; we have spoken of this before.
And we measure even our actions, some of us more and others less, by the rule of pleasure and pain. For compromise to be possible, members sometimes retreat from their commitments to their individual state or district.
But sincethe population disparity between large and small states has grown; infor example, California had seventy times the population of Wyoming.
But the intermediate relatively to us is not to be taken so; if ten pounds are too much for a particular person to eat and two too little, it does not follow that the trainer will order six pounds; for this also is perhaps too much for the person who is to take it, or too little- too little for Milo, too much for the beginner in athletic exercises.
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The gravity of their responsibility bears heavily upon jurors, CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book anyone who has served on a jury can attest, and jury deliberations are CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book thorough, cautious, and serious.
The first political use of sortition may come in various city and county boards. We believe that persons chosen for a direct-representation legislature would have similar attitudes and carry out their responsibilities CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book proposed legislation much as jurors carry out theirs toward alleged crimes.
Since things that are found in the soul are of three kinds- passions, faculties, states of character, virtue must be one of these. Tolbert is an assistant professor of political science at Kent State University.
Again, to the intermediate some extremes show a certain likeness, as that CITIZENS AS LEGISLATORS book rashness to courage and that of prodigality to liberality; but the extremes show the greatest unlikeness to each other; now contraries are defined as the things that are furthest from each other, so that things that are further apart are more contrary.
If, then, the virtues are neither passions nor faculties, all that remains is that they should be states of character.
As the latter will not be made well in body by such a course of treatment, the former will not be made well in soul by such a course of philosophy.
Because resources for helping non-constituents are limited, an additional component of constituent service becomes directing citizens to their assigned representative in Congress. The authors look at the context of the initiative campaigns and detail the rise of the modern initiative campaign industry.
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