While the bill retains the wording of ''on the basis of the spirit of the Constitution'' in the law's preamble, it adds calls for public spirit
and inheritance of tradition, and a newly defined notion of patriotism as a goal of education.
Considering the notion of heroism and its relation to the changing discourse of civic humanism, however, Bahar makes an often overlooked point: this was a period in which private virtue was seen as increasingly important to public spirit
But to endure, this new public spirit
had to be nurtured and validated by the country's leaders.
Indeed, liberals' and-militarist instincts often coexist (uneasily, one imagines) with a pronounced affection for the public spirit
generated by war and other emergencies.
The couple should have been commended for their public spirit
At their best," Lieven concludes, "great aristocrats brought to politics a genuine breadth of public spirit
and vision, and a lack of narrowness and egoism.
Tuesday's tragedy brought out the best public spirit
and generosity of the people of South Florida and around the nation.
DB would I regard as "Public Spirit
", and he/she may be glad to know the persons recently pictured in your columns are contribute to other groups, which now continue to be available for public spirit
of all ages and circumstances.
The point I am making is that a sense of strong public spirit
is the kind of thing that builds a strong community and this was very evident throughout the history of this small town.
The public spirit
that would encourage a person to put the interests of the community above his own has never been cultivated, let alone rewarded.
Manager, Olive Lowe, said: "There has always been a great public spirit
in the city and by committing to fairness for local disabled people we are going to make it an even better place to live.
The House of Representatives on Thursday approved the creation of a special committee to discuss proposed legislation to amend the 1947 basic education law to stress public spirit
and Japanese tradition.