عنوان مقاله [English]
In Western political philosophy from the sixteenth century, a new plan of the relationship between ethics and politics was proposed in order to increase stability and maintain political sovereignty without regard to moral requirements. Some people think that morality is a function of politics and some consider politics a function of morality.
But in the end, the same initial plan to increase stability and maintain political sovereignty was emphasized in Western societies with an emphasis on guaranteeing individual freedom.
Spinoza, for example, seeks the guarantee of individual liberty in applied ethics, and Carl Schmidt finds the state's attitude toward individual and community liberty in its theological and traditional legitimacy.
What is the prevalence of a pervasive disaster such as Corona virus pandemic?
The results obtained using library resources and descriptive-analytical methods show that Spinoza considers individual freedom to be a moral matter to which all human beings, in their own way, are responsible. Schmidt, on the other hand, makes the government's stance on socio-political crises, such as the catastrophic catastrophe, and the need to reproduce values such as freedom, conditioned on religious beliefs and customary traditions that govern the minds and languages of the people and government agents.