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  • The Political Philosophy Of Niccolò Machiavelli's The Prince

    referred to as the founder of modern political science. Machiavelli 's cynical approach to ruling and politics even gave birth to a special term used when a ruling parties employ his worldview – Machiavellian-ism. This style of politics is known for being opposing what some refer to as the “ideal” form of ruling and emphasizes a “politics of reality” in which ethics are secondary to results and function (Machiavelli, The Prince, 79). This paper will explain in detail why Machiavelli wrote The Prince when he did, and then compare this political philosophy to several other prominent readings, and how modern politics in the information age are viewed through a lens…

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  • The Importance Of Political Ignorance In America

    in political party leads to unaware of that. Furthermore, they do lose their benefits, the opportunity to gain knowledge, to know what certain things exceeding around them like “Third Party”(Green Party) the connection between Democratic and Republic, if you neither like Trump nor Clinton, we have Gary Johnson who will satisfy the advantages from both sides; or we may have what is “touching elbow” is, that is a dinner between political parties to gain benefits or being a part of government,…

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  • Politicians Like Angela Merkel Win Because We Understand The Middle Class Analysis

    For many generations, politics has been incorporated into people's lives, be it a small or big role in a person’s life. Politics has changed through time and time again, and which caused there to have many questions asked involving politics. One of those questions about politics is how can politicians have the most likely way to win elections. This essay is on the resolution:”Politicians like Angela Merkel Win Because they Understand the Middle Class”, in which I disagree too. In this essay, I…

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  • Machiavelli And Thomas Hobbes Analysis

    as fear, hatred and greed and that in a society which was sinful, the only way to protect and obtain power, was through a sovereign who followed the correct moral code, which meant that in some instances sinful actions which disregarded the relevance of morality were acceptable. Hobbes referred to history in order to explain his analysis on political power, he discussed what was called ‘the state of nature’ and that in this scenario, life would be nasty, brutish and short, in which there would…

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  • Rising Inequality Essay

    inequality in the United States is the increasing importance and power of money in politics. I subscribes to Stiglitz beliefs concerning the purpose of a democratic government; to protect consumers, sustain favorable market conditions and provide common defense. The average citizen determines what should be considered “favorable market conditions “-not the elites. Income distribution is a product of market conditions, and since government regulates the market, I “politics is the battleground for…

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  • Everyday Narratives: Living In Uncertainty In Suleimani: Analysis

    remain general and simplistic but there are fragments of local accounts which remain useful for analysis. Rich has documented a short narrative of a local in Suleimani in his memoir, which sheds light on the precariousness of everyday living. Rich asks the local, how is it that they accept to live in such ruin—without stable homes and stability? The local in turn explains, “… But why should we build good houses, or keep them in good repair, when we are not certain of enjoying them even for our…

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  • Introducing Comparative Politics Analysis

    In the book, Introducing Comparative Politics by Steven Orvis and Carol Ann Drogue, the content containing Middle East, Asia and Africa is infrequent whereas information on the Americas and European is numerous. There is evidence the authors wrote the textbook in a Eurocentric tone. Honestly, the authors were very far from avoiding Eurocentrism and there are ways to avoid the ironic misfortune. Firstly, the case studies are imbalanced amongst the eleven countries. Secondly, Eurocentric based…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Chaos Syndrome

    and toward far-right populists. The British referendum on exiting the European Union was only the most recent example, but across the continent anxieties over the Syrian migrant crisis and economic difficulties facing the European middle-class have fueled a populist trend away from the establishment. Part of the solution to this comes from the Italian political art of trasformismo. Trasformismo was a form of politics that sought to create a flexible centrist government to alienate the extreme…

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  • Fyodor Dostoevsky And Thomas Hobbes Analysis

    In continuing his explanation, Tinder points to one of the masters of this mode of thinking: Thomas Hobbes. According to Hobbesian philosophy, human life is “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short” and ones essence is that of eternal war against all others (Tinder 27). Hobbes breaks his understanding of human nature down further by explaining that there is a psychological and ontological level of estrangement (Tinder 27-28). The psychological level of ones estrangement exists because all…

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  • Going Public By Samuel Kernell

    Going Public The book I did was called going public by Samuel Kernell. Kernell is a well know Professor of Political Science. He received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, 1975 and has taught at University of California, San Diego since 1977. His has an interest in all aspects of American politics. in more recent years his teaching and research have been on the presidency, political communication and American political history. Samuel Kernell defends going public…

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