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Title How does Religious Organizations interpret Public Service Ethics?
Posted by Queenie Pearl Tomaro
Authors Moner, Yasmira; Tomaro, Queenie Pearl V.
Publication date 2018/5/25
Journal Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan
Volume 9
Issue 2
Pages 299-331
Abstract Virtue ethics indicating that good actions are indicative of attempts to develop processes (thinking and behaviour) that emanate from one’s character and guide one to right action (Eagan, 2016). This virtues are oftentimes embedded in religious institutions, such that Shari’ah (Islamic Law) is Islamic ethics. Having a virtous character according to this philosophical tradition must be possessed by public servants to build a state of just and developed society. Hence, this paper is a cursory guide to look into the basic role of the Chatholic Church and Muhammadiyah in influencing the organizational culture of the communities they are serving. the common teachings of Islam and Catholicism, in the context of public ethics service is one that is upholding the moral virtues of good governance, which is deontological in nature and consequential in effect.
Index terms / Keywords Public Ethics, Muhammadiyah, Christian Ethics, Islamic Ethics, Virtous Ethics