By Michael Gendre,Nicolás Sánchez

Aligning Values and Politics argues that empowering contributors for self-actualization is an essential software for reaching freedom; for this reason, politics needs to align with the promoting of self-actualization. inner most estate rights have some time past helped humans to boost talents, yet such rights have been abused. as soon as those rights are mixed with an ethics of accountability, the booklet opens the doorways to a nonpartisan research of source of revenue inequality, inheritance, race relatives, abortion and governance. The publication argues that the yank executive is engaged in generating “bread and circuses,” inducing humans into dwelling vicariously. utilizing the guidelines of Immanuel Kant, the authors declare that we will go back to a civil society that values independence instead of entitlements.

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