Thomas A. Desjardin

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Kim Il Sung's enunciation of chuch'e in 1955 was aimed at developing a monolithic and effective system of authority under his exclusive leadership. Why do liberals support constitutionalism and consent? (Jan 02) 11. It is self- evident that we do not mean a formal union of parties or organiza- tions, since these two currents together are not numerous enough to establish such organizations, but rather an amalgamation of currents of thought that have exercised indisputable influence on the world view of modern Jewry.
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E.) was calculated to an eminent degree to pro- mote spiritual development and the organization of the inner life of the people. However, the drawback of ‘environmentalism’is that it is sometimes used to refer to a moderate or reformist approach to the environment thatresponds to ecological crises but without fundamentally questioning conventional assumptionsabout the natural world. Over the last two or three decades of the 20th century, four of those five quintiles experienced improved standards of living, including such life changes as educational level, health, nutritional intake, and life expectancy.
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It derived from it the same anti-modernist, undemocratic, intolerant and unenlightened views as were defined in the Syllabus of Errors by Pope Pious IX. In the 1970s and 1980s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite of any crash programs embarked upon now. His description of the Slavs and Latvians, among whom he grew up “have been sinned against by many nations, most of vinced that with the progress of civilization, the peaceful cultural intercourse of people, these “sub- merged peoples” would come into their own.
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Popular ideologies. personalist and to lend support to popular leaders who represented a politics hostile to the status quo. connoted political contestation among elites who backed their claims by mobilizing their dependents--treated the new stratum of national leadership whose expanding base of power resided in nonclientalist forms of political organization as pariahs.34 Similarly. For as the Son said "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.
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Desmond Fennell

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At that stage the machines will be in effective control. According to Gellner, nationalism may thus resurge as a result of unfulfilled economic expectations. For example, the statement 'All are equal before the law', which is a theoretical groundwork of current legal systems, suggests that all people may be of equal worth or have equal 'opportunities'. In Ideology and Utopia ([1929] 1960) Mannheim portrayedideologies as thought systems that serve to defend a particular social order, and that broadlyexpress the interests of its dominant or ruling group.
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What shapes and endows it with meaning is the consciousness of the present. "Question. an important difference should also be noted. As noted by Ramon Grosfoguel, this is an epistemic strategy crucial for sustenance of Western hegemony, and its genealogy and development has taken the following trajectory: We went from the sixteenth century characterisation of ‘people without writing’ to the eighteenth and nineteenth century characterisation of ‘people without history,’ to the twentieth century characterisation of ‘people without development’ and more recently, to the twenty-first century of ‘people without democracy’.
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Rick Madson

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The fact that they are not granted self-government rights under their original culture is not due to any external constraints due to which they were required to surrender the best protection. Note 71: Translated in US/State. 282-283. Since theproletariat must first of all acquire political supremacy, must rise to be the leading class of thenation, must constitute itself the nation, it is, so far, itself national, though not in the bourgeoissense of the word. 148.
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Carsten Wieland

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Political Ideologies An Introduction3rd edition Andrew HeywoodSchwarzmantel, J. (1991) Socialism and the Idea of the Nation. West/East. especially in the age of modernity. New England and Virginia were the two original definable cultural regions of the 13 Colonies. Globalization has hada significant impact upon a number of ideological traditions, notably socialism, nationalism andreligious fundamentalism, but it also has wider implications for ideology as a whole.
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Khaled Fahmy

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Students will have the opportunity to develop their ability to analyze and evaluate historical materials, and formulate written and oral arguments. (DEMAND) This course surveys social and political conflict and change beginning with the movements for political independence and concluding with an assessment of recent developments. Here we get a clue of the libertarian nature of the entire social revolution. The bourgeoisie flocked in masses into the communist party and into its annex, the Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia, as well as into the Catalonian U.
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Reflections on the Fate of Ideological Politics after Communisms Collapse. The liberal tradition of the 19th century has confusingly become what is "conservative" today in the United States. In this light, it is helpful to treat ideologies as paradigms, in thesense employed by Thomas Kuhn in The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962). He had a lifelong passion for music, art, and architecture, and was even something of a painter.
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