Political Ethics

Political ethics (also known as political morality or public ethics) is the practice of making moral judgements about political action and political agents. It covers two areas. The first is the ethics of process (or the ethics of office), which deals with public officials and the methods they use. The second area, the ethics of policy (or ethics and public policy) concerns judgments about policies and laws.

The Beloved Community: How Faith Shapes Social Justice, From the Civil Rights Movement to Today
Thinking, Fast and Slow
In Defense of Anarchism
Sway: Unravelling Unconscious Bias
To Fight Against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism
God's Long Summer: Stories of Faith and Civil Rights
On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century
Defending Life: A Moral and Legal Case against Abortion Choice
A Defense of Abortion
Politically Correct Death: Answering the Arguments for Abortion Rights
Life's Dominion
Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?
Justice: A Reader
Moral Politics: How Liberals and Conservatives Think
The Prince

Democracy is not simply a license to indulge individual whims and proclivities. It is also
Democracy is not simply a license to indulge individual whims and proclivities. It is also holding oneself accountable to some reasonable degree for the conditions of peace and chaos that impact the lives of those who inhabit one’s beloved extended community.
Aberjhani, Splendid Literarium: A Treasury of Stories, Aphorisms, Poems, and Essays