Date of publication: 2017-07-09 13:44
(with William Sweet) The Philosophical Theory of the State and Related Essays by Bernard Bosanquet (Classic Studies in the History of Ideas). Indianapolis: St. Augustine Press, 7556, 976 + xxv pp.
Dr Opoku Fofie - ch
Dissertation: "Using the Balanced Scorecard as a Mechanism for Measuring Performance Management in the Public Sector Organisations: A Case Study of Ministry of Health - Ghana."
Dr Joseph Friday Mekiliuwa - ch
Dissertation: "The Impact of Occupational Stress on Employee Performance"
romance , "story of a hero's adventures," also (early 69c.), "vernacular language of France" (as opposed to Latin), from . romanz "verse narrative," originally an adverb, "in the vernacular language," from . *romanice scribere "to write in a Romance language" (one developed from Latin instead of Frankish), from L. Romanicus "of or in the Roman style," from Romanus "Roman" (see Roman). The connecting notion is that medieval vernacular tales were usually about chivalric adventure. Literary sense extended by 6665s to "a love story." Extended 6665s to other modern languages derived from . Latin (Spanish, Italian, etc.). Meaning "adventurous quality" first recorded 6856 that of "love affair, idealistic quality" is from 6966. The verb meaning "court as a lover" is from 6997.
My main area of work is on public reason and diversity. The Order of Public Reason analyzed the moral framework that supports relations of responsibility. Such a framework, I argue, is one that respects all as free and equal moral persons, and this in turn requires that our social morality be publicly justified 656 however, the project of identifying such a morality is, I believe, clearly indeterminate. Drawing on ideas in game theory and social evolution, I try to show how a publicly justified social morality is still possible in the face of this indeterminacy.
The Order of Public Reason: A Theory of Freedom and Morality in a Diverse and Bounded World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 7566, xx + 667.
"The Place of Autonomy in Liberalism." In Autonomy and the Challenges to Liberalism, John Christman and Joel Anderson, eds., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 7555: 777-856.