B. What about medical privacy in a worldof managed care?
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62]Now, if a prince knew that an ally was not evil, but good and faithful, it would certainly be foolish to break faith and estrange such a one, except in extraordinary circumstances.
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It follows, then, that a wise prince cannot and should not keep his pledge when it is against his interest to do so and when his reasons for making the pledge are no longer operative.
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One well-known argument for the reality of moral dilemmas has notbeen discussed yet. This argument might be called“phenomenological.” It appeals to the emotions that agentsfacing conflicts experience and our assessment of those emotions.
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The moral basis of the government of the United States is set out in the Declaration of Independence, where affirms the existence of natural, individual rights and then says, "That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just Powers from the Consent of the Governed..." Thus, the state is not an end in itself but merely the means to "secure these Rights." If a government fails to do that, Jefferson says, as Locke said earlier, "it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it." Nothing could be further from the statism, and state worship, of Hegel, let alone Napoleon, Lenin, Hitler, and Stalin.