Locke identifies two distinct grounds of obedience.
Such faith would lead to an obedience based on love, not fear.
Lastly, Obedience to his Lawes (that is, in this case to the Lawes of Nature,) is the greatest worship of all.
Former detainees have described the camps as de facto prisons implementing mass brainwashing and obedience to the Communist party.
…community is promised reward for obedience and punishment for disobedience.
., obedience to the rules of) the promising convention is rationally mandated.
But it is clear that anarchists have no principled reason for political obedience.
Shenute was the first abbot to require of his monks a written profession of obedience.
Disobedience was regarded as heresy, and obedience to God became obedience to the papacy.
There, a divinely chosen ruler would exhibit his obedience to God and stimulate the obedience of the people.
Last night watched the obedience contest in the Dog Show, & it resulted in a 15-0 victory for obedience, the Boston terrier abstaining.
In 1683 Charles delivered an ultimatum to the Massachusetts colonists: to retain their charter with absolute obedience to the king or to have it revoked.
—died December 20, 1984, New York City), American social psychologist known for his controversial and groundbreaking experiments on obedience to authority.
Several New Testament texts exhort slaves to obedience (the Vulgate servi, which is normally and properly translated “slaves”, is in the Douai version translated “servants”):
He also produced several films, including Obedience (1965), about his obedience studies, and The City and the Self (1972), which explored human behaviour in an urban setting.
., people as people, quite independently of their individual characters) are the subject of rights, and what is required of them is mere obedience, no matter what the motives of obedience may be.
Obedience, for Scruton, is the principal virtue of political subjects, without which societies atomise and crumble; real freedom is not in conflict with obedience, but is its other side (Scruton, 1980).
During the 1st century ad the Apostles, living under a pagan empire, taught respect for and obedience to the governing powers so long as such obedience did not violate the higher, or divine, law, which superseded political jurisdiction.
are writ with this ayme, and carryed with this methode, to teach their subjects obedience to their king, to shew the people the untimely ends of such as have moved tumults, commotions, and insurrections, to present them with the flourishing estate of such as live in obedience, exhorting them to allegeance, dehorting them from all trayterous and fellonious stratagems.
When a given variant encourages participants to identify with the experimenter but not the learner (for example, because the latter is in another room) obedience is high; but when the variant promotes identification with the learner rather than the experimenter (for example, because the experimenter is not a scientist, or if two experimenters argue) obedience is very low.
- the act of obeying; dutiful or submissive behavior with respect to another person
- the trait of being willing to obey
- behavior intended to please your parents
Example: their children were never very strong on obedience
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When a given variant encourages participants to identify with the experimenter but not the learner for example because the latter is in another room obedience is high but when the variant promotes identification with the learner rather than the experimenter for example because the experimenter is not a scientist or if two experimenters argue obedience is very low