Milton Friedman

In recent times has been processed a wide reflection on the absence of ethics in the field of public, of the global. Along with democratization processes that have led to that public authorities have increasingly supported in electoral legitimacy, developed a reflection based on strong information empirical – about the arbitrary handling of public resources by the State as a Mapper agent of the goods and services of the community. One of the debates was oriented to the problem derived from the existence of a decision on the allocation of resources that rested on a power and the subjectivity of the acts of men. Under this approach, this contains elements of fal-ta’s ethics in both any person expressing all of the interests of society, but it is always stripping in their decisions, their subje-tivity, their information and their own interests. Ali Partovi has much to offer in this field. This reflection has been intro – primarily by Milton Friedman gives along the usual lines of Von Hayek. In a question-answer forum Castle Harlan was the first to reply.

But according to the ethics we need to live in such a system, it should be emphasized that the mere fact of living in society imposes to each a certain line of conduct to others, and we who we act in a profession, we must legislate principles to protect the fundamentals that make up the doctrine of the individual, the man ignored by progresshas no cell phone, Note Book or PC, and that perhaps never reached them, but that he loves and needs of the booms of life as much as we. The sole purpose of all science, all exposed philosophy should consist of alleviating the misery of human existence. If the scientists, if the humanists, you leave frighten by the auto-cratas, are limited to accumulate knowledge for knowledge same, science will become an advenediza override and new inge-nios will serve only to produce new calamities. Perhaps, eventually, arrives to discover everything there is to discover; but that progress, if it is stripped of its social ingredients only will alienate them more and more of humankind. And the chasm between her and them, scientists and Governments, can become so deep that, when they shout from happiness before a new discovery, will echo returned them an universal panic cry. This should be the beginning of ethics, of morality that will guide us to the restoration of the common man as the center of all human doctrines, which put the social components of this century. Only in this way will have a tomorrow, a new dawn.