Respect the other person.
., what proper respect demands.
That desire for respect defines the letter’s three demands.
“I respect his moral courage, and I respect his honesty.”
Most theorists agree that as there are different kinds of respect, so there are different kinds of self-respect.
Are these separate requirements, or does respect for an individual entail respect for her social or cultural identities?
Respect for knowledge and respect for reason is perhaps what drives people away from the camp which embraces delusions and xenophobia.”
But what is many in some respect is not one in that respect, and what is not one in some respect is not absolutely one.
The effort “refused to respect the will of the people, refused to respect the rule of law and refused to respect our Constitution”.
To Hudson's four-fold classification, Dillon (1992a) adds a fifth form, care respect, which is exemplified in an environmentalist's deep respect for nature.
—are all similar in being colors, and any two colors are comparable in this respect: red is more similar to orange than to blue in respect of color, and so on.
There may be no cogent construal of Respect (2) that both does justice to the thought that persons are owed respect in virtue of their rational capacities and grounds a principle of state neutrality with wide scope.
The Content of a formula, with respect to a structure and context, is a function whose value at any time-world pair is the truth-value of the formula with respect to the preceding structure, context, time, and world.
Respect (1): Respect for persons, understood as rational agents, requires the state to respect the rational powers of its citizens, including their capacities to examine and revise their conception of the good.
The opposing view, normally referred to either as “Platonism with Respect to Time” or as “Substantivalism with Respect to Time” or as “Absolutism with Respect to Time,” has been defended by Plato, Newton, and others.
The equal rights of each of the members are in effect pooled in the democratic assembly so that because one owes each person equal respect, and the democratic way of making decisions embodies this equal respect, one owes the democratic assembly respect.
In the rest of this article, I will discuss respect and self-respect using Darwall's term “recognition respect,” Hudson's term “evaluative respect,” and Feinberg's “reverential respect” (the last for the valuing feeling that is motivational without being deliberative), specifying the valuing dimensions as necessary.
Respect (2): Respect for persons, understood as rational agents, requires the state to respect the doctrines that its citizens affirm, including their conceptions of the good, whether sound or not, provided that these doctrines are (i) the product of the appropriately reasonable exercise of their rational powers and (ii) bound up with their sense of identity.
The attitude is typically regarded as central to respect: actions and modes of treatment typically count as respect insofar as they either manifest an attitude of respect or are of a sort through which the attitude of respect is characteristically expressed; a principle of respect is one that, logically, must be adopted by someone with the attitude of respect or that prescribes the attitude or actions that express it (Frankena 1986, Downie and Telfer 1969).
Despite the widespread acknowledgment of the importance of respect and self-respect in moral and political life and theory, there is no settled agreement in either everyday thinking or philosophical discussion about such issues as how to understand the concepts, what the appropriate objects of respect are, what is involved in respecting various objects, what the conditions are for self-respect, and what the scope is of any moral requirements regarding respect and self-respect.
- (usually preceded by `in') a detail or point
Example: it differs in that respect
- regard highly; think much of
Example: I respect his judgement
- the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)
- show respect towards
- an attitude of admiration or esteem
Example: she lost all respect for him
- a courteous expression (by word or deed) of esteem or regard
- behavior intended to please your parents
- a feeling of friendship and esteem
- courteous regard for people's feelings
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Despite the widespread acknowledgment of the importance of respect and self-respect in moral and political life and theory there is no settled agreement in either everyday thinking or philosophical discussion about such issues as how to understand the concepts what the appropriate objects of respect are what is involved in respecting various objects what the conditions are for self-respect and what the scope is of any moral requirements regarding respect and self-respect