June 7, 2021

extreme democratic outcomes

What are extreme democratic outcomes(EDO)? When should they be expected to take place? Do they work under sustainability theory or chaos theory?. Are they the extreme […]
June 7, 2021

science under attack

In recent times there have been so many claims in the media and in academia that science is under attack. Is this claim a mischaracterization of […]
June 7, 2021

role of populism

Is the primary role of populism to course-correct dysfunctional democracies? On the whole, do the benefits of populism (i.e. increased civic engagement and representation) outweigh the […]
June 7, 2021

classical and political liberalism

From historical, cultural, philosophical, and moral standpoints, is classical liberalism in the Western world a good or bad philosophy? What about John Rawls’ political liberalism? How […]
June 7, 2021

How to find a balance in various research methods use

(1) the balance when it comes to applying qualitative, quantitative or both research methods (number of them) ? (2) Which methods are more efficient (whether it is better to use […]
June 7, 2021

the distinction Aristotle made between monarchy, oligarchy and democracy

Aristotle wrote in Politics III the following sentences: “But there are difficulties about these forms of government, and it will therefore be necessary to state a […]
June 7, 2021

autocratic leadership

Do autocratic leaders always amass power through corrupt practices? Is this corruption necessarily financial in nature, or can it be solely political? Is there such thing as a […]
June 7, 2021

One person’s reform is another person’s repression

One person’s reform is another person’s repression. In the late 1950s the top tax rate in America was 90%, President Kennedy dropped this significantly, and what […]
June 7, 2021

new federal legislation

What were the chief problems, and what new federal legislation was passed to meet those problems? What did these problems have to do with the rapid […]
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