Complete 5 pages APA formatted article: The Three Main Ideologies of Liberalism and Conservatism and Libertarianism. While liberals believe that the desired American society should have a European-style with comprehensive benefits such as tax-financed education and healthcare, economic conservatives and libertarians see self-reliance as an integral part of the American culture, which presumes independence from the government. The current paper will define and analyze the ideologies of liberals, conservatives, and libertarians to understand which one is more appropriate for American society to ensure its efficient political, economic, and social development.
According to Lon Fuller (1969), the law can be defined as “the enterprise of subjecting human conduct to the governance of rules” where the legal system is considered as the product of a sustained purposive effort. Fuller emphasized that the goal of order within the society can be achieved only if a legal system of rules would be prospective in the effort, be publicly promulgated, understandable for each community member, and be administered consistently. Fuller (1969) emphasized that the goal of order within the society can be achieved only if a legal system of rules would be prospective in the effort, be publicly promulgated, understandable for each community member, and be administered consistently. Fuller (1969) pointed out that the life of each person is guided by two moralities, such as the morality of duty and morality of aspiration, which define the role, goals, and limits of the law. While the first morality is presumed by the society a person lives in whether he/she agrees to such laws or not, the second one represents the morality of good life and the fullest realization of human abilities and powers. The morality of duty presumes certain requirements for social communication among people, which can be achieved only within the community since outside it a person cannot be considered more than an animal. Thus, Fuller (1969) emphasized the importance of the second morality, which main responsibility is to preserve and enrich the social inheritance.