Reflections on John Rohr’s “Regime Values,” Neorepublican Freedom, and Public Administration
Administration & Society
In advancing his views on regime values, John Rohr pointed to the limitations and dangers of approaches that seek to ground administrative ethics on the pursuit of any single value or understanding of that value. This article examines the neorepublican conception of freedom and shows how this single-minded conception of freedom can deflect attention away from the conflicts of values, including conflicts among our conceptions of freedom, that characterize our moral and political experience.
Spicer, Michael W., "Reflections on John Rohr’s “Regime Values,” Neorepublican Freedom, and Public Administration" (2013). Urban Publications. 0 1 2 3 1223.