What is the difference between prudential and moral reasons for power sharing?

Answer:

The difference between Prudential and Moral reasons for power sharing is given in the below table:

Prudential Reasons

Moral Reasons

Prudential Reasons for power sharing is based on careful calculation of losses and gains.

The Moral reasons for power sharing is based on moral considerations and it has nothing to do with careful calculation of losses and gains.

Prudential reason for power sharing states that it will bring better outcomes.

The moral reasoning of power sharing states that it is valuable to share power.

The most common forms of power sharing that we come across in modern democracies are listed below:

  1. Power sharing among different organs of the Government like the Legislature, Executive, and the Judiciary.
  2. Power is shared among different levels of Government like Central Government, State Governments.
  3. Power sharing among different social groups such as the linguistic and religious groups.
  4. Power sharing is also visible among different pressure groups, political parties who try to influence or control those in power.

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