HIST 308 Feb.29-March 4,2016
HIST 308 Feb.29-March 4,2016 HIST 308
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Monday, February 29, 2016 Sources of moral values: economy, religion, experience, education There are shared morals, enforce morals by peers, parents, teachers, or pastors Government enforces morality Reflected in laws Ethicsmoral values Overlap between morality and law People around us have influence on U.S. How are these moral values related to the law? Can develop own values but on law Make a generalization of criminal behavior *Law to maintain order in the society, which Karl N. Llewellyn asserts It is morality influences as law Ten Commandments in Jewish writing Appear in nonreligious writings as well The Ten Commandments 1. Thou shalt have no other Gods before me Practice of other religion was banned 2. Thou shalt not make thee any given image or any likeness of any than that is heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is water underneath the earth. Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them 3. Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain, for the LORD will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain 4. Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labor, and do all thy work: put thy seventh day is the Sabbath of the LORD they God in it Thou Shalt not do any work 5. Honor thy father and thy mother 6. Thou shalt not kill 7. Thou shalt not commit adultery 8. Thou shalt not steal 9. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor 10. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his man servant, nor his maid servant, nor his ox, nor his ass, or anything that is thy neighbor’s Shalt not take the name of God in vain1950s there was a bleep Federal Communications Commission (FFC) bleep out changes Utah forbids direct alcohol on Sunday Limitation on the sale of alcohol Sure element in the law to not kill Some people wanted self defense Stealing is feel morality wrong; Society value morality Military Code of justice to not commit adultery Societal values of liability of having children Create issue to military force Need to be on the unit Some states do not allow adultery Arizona would put behind bars Oklahoma gives a fine Perjuryanything that testify under the court Sign in tax return Pay attention to tax returns Against libel law by suing for false statements about someone. It is written. Jealousy is not illegal Certainty in the laws Enforcement in statute Birminghamlegal division of drinking fountain Blacks were not allowed to try on clothing Not treated as well as white customers Decide on the injunction Martin Luther King Jr. Making out in jail for leading the March Bull Connor ran for major to show changing society to not be elected as major when white Martin Luther King Jr. jailed for 8 day s What makes a law moral? Just law do not violate moral codes A just law does not degrade a human’s personality Made inclusion of all people Just law everybody have a voice in making the law Law apply to others not to others is unjust Talk about a moral foundation Religion based on moral guides Natural law should not be degrading Laws should have as human beings Men are created equal Human beings have inherited rights to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness How can tell them not to keep the car Contrary to law creates unjust laws Underlying assumptions to evaluating law to immoral and moral Law is to keep order Power of stateenforcement mechanism that face represents fundamental fairness to all Moral and immoral law Injunction to keep in civil order Injunction seems like a moral rule Affects one group Enforcing an unjust law See requirements to maintain organized civil disobedience Nonviolent Confront the oppressor Exhaust all other means to get the law to change Make sure that it is well thought out Concept of selfpurification to get rid of anger to feel good to only purpose of justice Civil disobedience put people through training Civil Rights movements Ralliesdid not exhaust all avenues Unjust lawlarger application Issue of morality and law Mrs. Jones went to the hospital and loss a lot of blood Husband took her to the hospital Bleeding ulcer so lost a lot of blood Doctor said no refuse Jehovah Witness blood transfusion is forbidden Doctor purpose to save a life Judge Wright goes to the hospital talk to the doctor, husband, and patient. He decides to issue an order to have transfusion Application of Georgetown College Judge Wright Support of his opinion Label each point assertion Legal (L), Moral (M), or both (LM) Legal (L)total hospital responsibility Moral (M)Best interest of the child. Need blood transfusion to not die Both (LM)President of Georgetown Hospital issue a writ of emergency Best interest to save the mother even though Mrs. Jones and her husband are Jehovah Witnesses It is not like drinking blood Is overriding husband belief, unmoral? General jurisdiction District Court of the United States and District of Colombia to assume responsibility of guardianship for seven month child *No law that does not let medical attention Mother had a child and should not abandon the child Patient responsibility of the child No legal exception to moral law to care for the child Because of delicate state not capable for Mrs. Jones to make a rational decision *Attempted suicide is illegal Judge Wright *Law and morality not easily separated Laws have strong moral foundation Laws views moral
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