Political Etymology

Political Etymology

1520s, science of government,from politic (adj.), modeled on Aristotle s ta politika affairs of state,the name of his book on governing and governments, which was in English mid-15c. as…
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Political Ideologies chart

Political Ideologies chart

One hardly needs more charts to understand that over the past 6 years America has never become more ideologically and politically divided, but here, just to hammer that point, is the latest…

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Ben Carson political views

Ben Carson political views

In 1987, a neurosurgeon from Detroit became the first person to separate twins conjoined at the head and have them both survive. That doctor, Ben Carson, now devotes much of his energy to…

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Right wing beliefs

Right wing beliefs

Religious freedom has turned into conservative code for imposing Christianity. Paul Clement, a lawyer arguing for Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood, speaks to the press outside the US Supreme Court on March 25, 2014 in Washington Religious freedom is one of the most fundamental American values, written directly into the First Amendment of the Constitution…

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Define political spectrum

Define political spectrum

At the time I wrote the article, my thought was that for all of their struggle on deciding whether a nanomaterial was best defined as “how many” nanoparticles or “how much” it didn’t really seem to address whether there was in fact any risk from either. Andrew Maynard commented on the entry and promised an analysis of the situation, which we now have…

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Us political spectrum

Us political spectrum

Discover your place on the political spectrum! This quiz will let you know where you fall on social liberties, economics, foreign policy- even the culture war. In truth, this isn t a quiz so much as a set of statements that you must agree or disagree with. Based on your responses we will place you on a graph-also termed a political compass -that separates…

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Liberal political ideology

Liberal political ideology

Cornell University, assistant dean of students, Joseph Scaffido, has invited ISIS and Hamas (in an undercover video) to come to his school’s campus and start a ‘boot’ camp for aspiring jihadists. Welcome to the new, academic world of progressive, liberal arts: Terrorism 101 – How to Behead a Christian or Murder a Jew. If the FBI, Homeland Security or…

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Define Individual freedom

Define Individual freedom

Arts Policy/Law Romanticizing the violence of the 19th-century American frontiersman as a route to individual freedom is dangerous, USC Dornsife doctoral student Alex Young warns in a prize-winning paper. Fascinated by the political and cultural implications of how Quentin Tarantino’s blood-spattered film Django Unchained presents frontier-style violence…

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List of political beliefs

List of political beliefs

Nicholas C. DiDonato Typically, when people think of “religion and politics, ” they think of social issues such as abortion, contraceptives, and gay marriage. While that’s not a bad place to start, it does in fact start at the group level rather than focusing on individuals. Wanting instead to see how religion can affect political beliefs at the individual…

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Liberal political

Liberal political

Nicola Sturgeon with some of her newly elected MPs in Edinburgh. Photograph: Ken Jack/Demotix/Corbis The Scottish National party’s new MPs are in talks about replacing the Liberal Democrats as the third party in the House of Commons – including taking over the plush office used by Nick Clegg, chairmanships of select committees and opposition parliamentary…

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Origin of the word politics

Origin of the word politics

There is a general and popular division of the political scene into Left and Right. The basic idea is that there is a political spectrum that you can use to explain political orientation with Left on one side of the political center and Right on the other. Everyone uses these terms but they are poorly defined and there are a lot of arguments about what…

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Liberal in politics

Liberal in politics

Political blogs provide average Internet users with a platform for communicating personal political beliefs to anyone willing to read them. Spanning all political ideologies—there are conservative blogs, liberal blogs, moderate blogs and beyond—political blogs are characterized by varying degrees of clarity, insight and vehemence. In this Political…

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Liberal political Thought

Liberal political Thought

Max Weber was one of the greatest social scientists there has been, in a group which includes Weber, Adam Smith, Montesquieu, and very few others. He is normally regarded as one the three ‘Classical’ sociologists who instituted the discipline. Weber was born in Erfurt, Germany and pursued an academic career in Germany, with a period in the United States…

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Meaning of Liberals

Meaning of Liberals

Recently, I have become fascinated with the many ways in which racism is being used in our society today. No, not the actual instances of racism, but rather how the word or accusation of racism is thrown around by our politicians. Also, it seems as if it is mostly used by the liberals. Originally, racism was used by politicians to mean that same thing…

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Which political Party is Liberal?

Which political Party is Liberal?

First lets inquire for a moment, what do we mean when we say socially liberal? By socially, one would assume having to do with organizing society, either through social contract, or some kind of social impact. Then, by liberal, one would gather a connotation of emancipation, either through academic education, or through spiritual purification, as well…

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The meaning of liberal

The meaning of liberal

William F. Buckley was a Catholic and a staunch Conservative, and though many educated people found his attitudes annoying, he was clearly a brilliantly intelligent fellow. Statistically speaking, though, it’s a lot easier to find someone like Richard Dawkins or E.O. Wilson – brilliant folks who espouse ideas atheistic or liberal. Satoshi Kanazawa…

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Liberals vs Democrats

Liberals vs Democrats

In this weekly series, LiveScience examines the psychology and sociology of opposite human behavior and personality types. The red meat is flying in the Republican presidential nomination battle, which sees its first caucus-goer and voter results early next month. Given the United States starkly divided political climate, one might think it obvious…

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Political views on gay marriage

Political views on gay marriage

The proportion of Americans who favor gay marriage has increased by 21 points since 1996, from 27% to 48%. Over this period, opposition has fallen from 65% to 44%. Strong support for gay marriage now equals strong opposition (22% strongly favor, 23% strongly oppose). As recently as four years ago, twice as many strongly opposed as strongly favored gay…

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Social beliefs

Social beliefs

What you’re doing on Twitter isn’t a social media strategy, it’s a tools strategy. The only thing that’s really certain, is that eventually the online tools will change. I don’t believe Twitter and Facebook will always dominate. If you have a tools-focused strategy, you don’t really have a strategy. First, figure out how you’re going to be social, and…

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Politically liberal

Politically liberal

During a conversation regarding comedic censorship with comedian Jeff Ross on this weekend’s Real Time, Maher discussed Jerry Seinfeld’s recent statements about steering clear of college campuses, and questioned whether cultural sensitivity is a generational, or a liberal, or a conservative problem. Seinfeld further mocked college students, saying…

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Define political views

Define political views

Andrew Hamilton (standing, arm extended) defends New York printer and journalist John Peter Zenger in his 1735 political trial on charges of seditious libel. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS A trial that addresses political questions, involves political officials, or serves political agendas. In certain circumstances the term is used in a pejorative sense to criticize…

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