Politics And Ethics

Critical Response on Weber For this critical response, you’ll be asked to answer the following questions: What are the two main components of the state? What are the three types of legitimate rule, and which of them do you see in our own state system? (This part of the answer could be accompanied by an example / outside source from the news) You will also briefly think your way through the following two questions: Can politics and ethics co-exist? Think particularly about the “ethic of ultimate ends” and the “ethic of responsibility”. Provide an example / argument that shows politics and ethics either co-existing, or clashing. Why don’t we care about politics? Should we care? What should we care about? The second part of the prompt is obviously sort of broad, and I’m just interested in whatever strong critique / argument you want to make (though of course your argument will need some kind of evidence or support). As always, remember: Write in your own voice! Don’t try to imitate Weber’s complicated style of writing – that won’t be fun for any of us. Focus on clarity. What that means is that even someone who isn’t in this course should be able to easily to understand what you’re writing about. If you need help with technical things (grammar, formatting, etc.), talk to me or visit the writing center. You should quote Weber directly at least once. Since we’re all using the same texts, your citation for that can be embedded in the text and should look something like this: (Weber, Politics as a Vocation, 70). You should quote and/or cite an outside news article from a reputable source. The citation should look like this: (Author’s name, “Name of Article”, News Source Title, date. URL. Date Accessed). You can embed the citations in the text parenthetically, or you can cite them in footnotes. You can have a “Works Cited” segment at the end of your paper, as well, but since there are very few sources, this is not necessary. Footnotes or parenthetical citations make more sense. Don’t cite any outside sources (like Wikipedia or other online encyclopedias). Just trust your own definitions. Try to format this as a regular essay: intro / argument / conclusion. It’s just good practice. Please, don’t plagiarize. It’s very easy to see if someone pulls a line from Britannica or Wikipedia or any other online site, and any little amount of plagiarism will mean that you’ll either a) get a zero on this, or b) schedule a meeting with me to discuss Weber’s theories for a possible 50% on this. Just avoid it so that we don’t have to go through that! It should be a 12 pt font, Times New Roman, 1-in margins, double-spaced

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