in the realm of find themselves experiencing two sharply distinct and polarizing pressures:
the push of their e.g. Chairman of Department X, Minister of State for Y, Archbishop of Diocese Z, Editor of Newspaper W;and duties, which are based on their publicly defined roles and functions
So the dynamic duality generates 2 distinct Centres in Level-3 for those active in a society's .
It is immediately obvious that theand the of unavoidably interact and influence each other.
Q: Why does the diagram show the Centre on the right i.e. as dominating ?
Anyshould dominate because all individuals must be self-reliant. The discharge of social obligations by a person or organization, no matter how brilliant and beneficial for all, does not create any general indebtedness or responsibility on other parties. So if the individual gets into difficulties later, no rescue can be expected as of right.
Conclusion: Fundamental conflicts of interest by officials are intrinsic to
Originally posted: July 2009; Last updated: 2 June 2014.