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  • Wrath Of Politics And Government
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    Politics: the inescapable stalker of our society Politics is a process by which a group of people, whose opinions or interests might be divergent, reach collective decisions that are generally regarded as binding on the group and enforced as common policy. Political theory or political philosophy is as old as the oldest civilisations. The Greek philosophers, such as Aristotle and Plato, developed important political theories and methods of government alongside their more abstract philosophies. O...
  • Concept Of Mills Mass Society
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    C. Wright Mills argues that the fundamental decisions governing people's lives in our society are made and controlled by a power elite. He describes this elite as composed of people who share basic economic interests, and who occupy overlapping positions of authority in the highest reaches of the corporate, military, and executive sectors of our system. The average person is excluded from participation in, and control over, the major decision-making processes, the ones which shape the society's ...
  • Huxley's Allusions To The Prominent Totalitarian Dictators
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    Under the Iron Curtain Imagine what the world would belike if we were all 'under the iron curtain. ' In his foreword to the novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley envisioned this statement when he wrote: 'To make them love it is the task assigned, in present- day totalitarian states, to ministries of propaganda... ' Thus, through teaching (brainwashing), mandatory attendance to community gatherings, and allusions to prominent political dictators, Huxley bitterly satirized totalitarian propaganda a...
  • John Birch Society Believes
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    Right Wing The Birchers say they are a political force to be reckoned with. They claim to have helped defeat such liberal senators as Indiana's Birch Bayh (the name is just a coincidence) and the late Frank Church, of Idaho (Robert L. Rose). Today, the John Birch Society is not really well known. I had heard of the John Birch Society but, until recently, never knew what they were about. In my political ideologies course the John Birch Society's name was mentioned by a student followed by laughte...
  • Polite Conversation Through Common Experiences
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    Romantic Theatre Unifying Society Through Polite Conversation From Romanticism in theater we find that the purpose of the role of art was to lead people to perceive the underlying unity of all existence and thus to eliminate conflict - to make man whole again. How did the Romantic theater make an impact to, in essence, unify existence or society With the help of Hazlitt, a drama reviewer (critic) of 1820, we can examine the characteristics that Romanticism brought to the theater that, in turn, l...
  • Faculty Of The Union Theological Seminary
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    Niebuhr, Reinhold (1892-1971), American Protestant theologian, whose social doctrines profoundly influenced American theological and political thought. Born in Wright City, Missouri, June 21, 1892, he was educated at Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois; Eden Theological Seminary, Webster Groves, Missouri; and Yale Divinity School. In 1915 he was ordained in the ministry of the Evangelical Synod of North America and made pastor of the Bethel Evangelical Church of Detroit. He held that post until...
  • Common Good For A Community Of People
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    Political philosophy are the theories and ideas of those who believe that they have an answer to the questions that politics raise in society. The questions that these political philosophers set out to answer range from describing what the state of nature is to what type of regimes are necessary to tame and organize the nature of man. The ideas that they come up with are not all that original. Plato, an early political philosopher and student of Socrates, set out to come up with a society that w...
  • Own Safe Haven
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    As my eyes passed through the black and white pages, the exhaustion I felt was getting stronger and stronger. Keeping my eyes open was a struggle, since they seemed to weigh a ton. I was irked by the content of this literary work, but suddenly, a brief description of what seemed to be a perfect environment for for just about anyone, like a Greek temple, received my full attention. I saw a black man standing helplessly in a field at a time intolerance, racism, and hatred prevailed amongst society...
  • Political Philosophy Of Anarchism
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    Between Anarchism and Libertarianism: Defining Slightly Different Political Choices I. Mapping the Political Landscape The political philosophy of anarchism is a peculiar beast, historically misunderstood and often misrepresented, either consciously or inadvertently. To best understand it, one must divine some workable method of comparing it to other political philosophies, but unfortunately the tradition system, the linear graph, seems conspicuously inadequate. The linear graph, or the so-calle...
  • Extreme Behaviors Of The People
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    The people, who live in a society, try to develop and stabilize it so that it could be passed to progeny. The statement above conceals the elements that have to be considered to determine if a society is stabilized one or not. Stability of a society may partially depend on the extremities of the people who live in the society, but includes lot of other factors. Even if the people make the society, it depends on the political parties or authorities who are in charge of the society's welfare. Inno...

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