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Ruler: you have to do what we say and give us your money, but we'll let you vote for a ruler. Ruled: yes master, I will vote for one of the puppets you give me as options. If the mafia knocked on your door and said they were giving you the option. Ruler and Ruled ∙ 31 draws a comparison between the Confucians and Plato and Aristotle, arguing that, like the early Greeks, Confucius views the political com-munity as an ethical society aimed at promoting morality.5 This ex-plains, according to him, why it is the virtuous who are supposed toFile Size: KB. Consultation from Gülen’s perspective: The relationship between the ruler and the ruled. I am in favor of solving all issues according to the collective conscience. I am one of those who hold that three minds are better than one and thus prefer the majority sentiments of my friends to my own sentiments. Whether power is attained through a vote, through force, or through fraud, the results are largely the same: Power over other people begets the desire for more power and even in a democracy a stark division exists between a class of rulers and the class of the ruled.
A straight strip of wood, metal, or the like, which serves as a guide in drawing a straight line; a ruler. Rule (noun) A thin plate of metal (usually brass) of the same height as the type, and used for printing lines, as between columns on the same page, or in tabular work. Narrow ruled paper has 1 ⁄ 4 in (8 ⁄ 32 in, mm) spacing between ruling lines, and is used by those with smaller handwriting or to fit more lines per page. Medium ruled (or College ruled) paper has 9 ⁄ 32 in ( mm) spacing between horizontal lines, with a vertical margin drawn about 1 1 ⁄ 4 inches (32 mm) from the left-hand edge. He believed that government was an agreement between the ruler and the ruled, and if the ruler failed on his part of the bargin, the people had the right and responsibility to get rid of the ruler. Thus you see the people in the story being ruled by a very whimsical and fickle ruler. They kept working at pleasing the God-King and never managing to do a completely (seemingly) adequate job of it. Source(s): Woolf, Alex - A Short History of the World: The Story of .
In The Ruler's House, Harriet Fertik considers how the emperor's household and the space he called home shaped Roman conceptions of power and one-man rule. While previous studies of power and privacy in Julio-Claudian Rome have emphasized the emperor's intrusions into the private lives of his fellow elites, this book focuses on Roman ideas of Author: Harriet Fertik. Darius the Mede is mentioned in the Book of Daniel as king of Babylon between Belshazzar and Cyrus the Great, but he is not known to history, and no additional king can be placed between the known figures of Belshazzar and Cyrus. Most scholars view him as a literary fiction, but some have tried to harmonise the Book of Daniel with history by identifying him with various known figures, notably. If Dhamma is a higher moral principle above not just the ruled but the ruler too, then we have within our midst not just what the ruled owe their rulers, but, in turn, what the ruler owes the ruled. This election, more than any I can recall in 40 years, reveals the depth of the disconnect between ruler and ruled, and the frenzied, almost pathological denial on part of the establishment that.