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  • Political Theory
    Defenders of the study of political theory would point to several reasons why it should be studied. One is that political theory deals on one level with ideal types. In other words, political...

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  • Political Theory
    In order to define the nature and scope of political theory, one must understand all three terms. Political theory refers to the characteristics which define the orientation of thinking of a group...

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  • Political Theory
    First, it should be recognized that there are different definitions for these terms, especially liberalism and socialism. This answer will address the terms as they are popularly used. Socialism...

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  • Political Theory
    Bhabha's basic theory is to suggest a need to "rethink cultural identity." For Bhabha, the Postcolonial setting is one in which there is still an oppositional relationship between previously...

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  • Political Theory
    One theme in Bhabha's writing is how the relationship between nations needs to be reconfigured to ensure that there is a "commitment to theory." In this case, the theory that is being examined is...

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  • Juan Perón
    Peron was more of a pragmatic thinker than one who defiantly relied on any ideology. If there was an ideology that played a role in both his rise to power and his demonstration of it when he held...

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  • John Stuart Mill
    The original question had to be edited down. I think that one could make a very strong case that Mill was a liberal thinker that found deep roots in the advocacy of personal freedom. Mill is able...

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  • Political Theory
    Both John Locke and Thomas Hobbes argued that civil society and government were the result of a social contract between people. Hobbes thought that in the absence of government, what both men...

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