By George C. Guins (auth.)
Soviet strength rests on major helps: the comp1ete fiscal dependence of the voters upon the country and the limitless politi cal regulate of the govt over the industrial, social or even cultural lifestyles. heritage is aware several types of despotisms, dicta torships and regimentations of monetary task, however the U .S.S.R. represents a distinct form of dictatorship according to the only celebration process and crucial making plans with the explicit aim of cognizance of communism. Mankind had by no means ahead of recognized this sort of process. Even the easiest of attainable comparisons, the ana logy with the interval of Ptolemies in Egypt, is sweet basically in as far as it issues the regimentation of all form of financial job. there has been long ago no ideology pretending to be adjusted to the wishes of the toiling lots, no making plans procedure at the comparable scale and no Communist social gathering equipment. As issues the trendy international the comparative strategy is important for giving the main graphical characterization of the diversities among the Western democracies, with their moral traditions, rule of legislation and the main of the inviolability of person rights, and, nonetheless, the Soviet monolithic country, with its unscrupulous coverage, extremities of regimentations and drastic penalties.
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Imperialism has been a special target of Communist attacks from the moral point of view. Communists do not cease to repeat that rapacious imperialism is a mockery of humanism, and that it creates all the moral evils of the present time. They claim that imperialist wars are a source of huge fortunes for capitalists, and that the latter move inexorably toward instigating wars. On the other hand, Communism has its own ethics reflecting the moral consciousness of the working class. Representing as it pretends a true morality, it anticipates the universal recognition.
It can awaken consciousness of human dignity, create confidence in the existing system of justice, and generate respect toward the state and its institutions. However, if the law is, above all, a system of submission, then there can be no development of legal psychology or understanding, no appraisal of the principles of strict legality, justice, and individual rights. On the contrary, such a system of law teaches servile obedience to orders in a school where all are deprived of their individuality.
On the contrary, such a system of law teaches servile obedience to orders in a school where all are deprived of their individuality. The Soviet attitude toward these problems is predetermined by its materialist philosophy of morals and law. Chapter II SOVIET ETHiCS Ethics is a system of values according to which man can determine what is good and just in human relations and in social life. Social life, especially national life, cannot be organized without some stable leading principles and ideas concerning the good and bad in human behavior.
Soviet Law and Soviet Society: Ethical Foundations of the Soviet Structure. Mechanism of the Planned Economy. Duties and Rights of Peasants and Workers. Rulers and Toilers. The Family and the State. Soviet Justice. National Minorities and Their Autonomy. by George C. Guins (auth.)