Franklin

Could he be president? : my philosophy : enhancing freedom through the exercising of function by design / Randy J. Blankenship.

Author/Creator:
Blankenship, Randy J.
Publication:
[Texas] : R.J. Blankenship, c2007.
Format/Description:
Book
xxxv, 635 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Blankenship, Randy J. -- Philosophy.
Liberty.
Conduct of life.
Political science -- Philosophy.
Contents:
I: My perspectives and the nature of mankind
Origin and perspectives of my belief
The search for understanding
The process of uncovering truth
Human nature: our being
The primary actuator(s) of human behavior
Religion: man's faith and beliefs
Man's philosophical beliefs
the self-governing of man
II: The philosophical foundation: the basis of understanding
Truth is based on faith and belief
Man's true form is spirit
Substance is not matter but pure energy
What is the origin of life?
The supports of life
The nature of human life
What is the true source of morality?
What is love?
III: The natural and granted functions of man
What is freedom?
Characteristics of human freedoms
Fundamentals to enhance freedom
Exercising freedoms
Restrictions and conflict with freedom
Protection of freedom
Response to managing freedom
What are liberties and rights?
IV: Addressing the question or concern
the central elements
Constant principles
Foundation principles
Compatibility principles
Character principles
Conduct principles
Development principles
Protection/security principles
Justice principles
Correction principles
Implementation of your answer.
Notes:
"Condensed version."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 633-635).
ISBN:
1933651121
9781933651125
193365113X
9781933651132
OCLC:
177285752