deontology

英 [,diːɒn'tɒlədʒɪ] 美 [,diɑn'tɑlədʒi]
  • n. 道义论(伦理学的一科);义务论(形容词deontological)
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deontology (n.)
science of moral duty, 1826, from Greek deont-, comb. form of deon "that which is binding, duty," neuter present participle of dei "is binding;" + -ology. Said to have been coined by Bentham. Related: Deontological.
1. Therefore this article tries to analyse administrative responsibility by deontology.
因此本文对行政责任进行道义论分析.

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2. In comparison, deontology is a highly principled ethic which does not concern itself directly with consequences.
在比较, 义务论是不与后果直接使自己担心的一个高度原则性的伦理.

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3. Nowadays, there are three kinds of ethics: deontology, teleology and theory of enlightenment.
目前伦理学有三大类型,即规范(义务)论 、 目的论、教化论.

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4. Under the instruction of deontology, the goal of administrative responsibility is to realize the justice.
在道义论理论指导下, 行政责任的目标就是实现社会公正.

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