philosophy

Policy by Political Philosophy

Introduction The dynamic landscape in people’s management has called for the introduction and implementation of a number of strategies aimed at improving the levels of organizational performance. The role of people as a key ingredient in the realization of a country’s and organizational objectives forms the main reason behind greatest attachment to their well-being. The […]

Political Philosophy

One can say that political philosophers have been a vital part of society today. The contribution that these philosophers have made towards political governance and streamlining government systems has been notable. However, as much as political philosophers are essential in society government needs autonomy in its decisions. Thus, there is a need to regulate the […]

Ideology, Partisanship and Pragmatism

Political ideology is a set of certain values and beliefs about the public policy of the government that vary from person to person, race to race and so on. Traditionally there are two groups based on 2 different ideologies which are liberalism and conservatism, there are different factors that influence everyone to be either of […]

John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau

John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau. How do their conceptions of the “social contract” differ? How are these differences related to differences between the English Glorious Revolution of 1688 and the French Revolution of 1789? John Locke and Jean-Jacques Rousseau were two very important philosophical thinkers of their time. John Locke was a prominent thinker from […]

Political Philosophy and National Integration

1. Central Quotation “National integration is partly a by-product of other social and economic developments, partly the result of deliberate government policies.” (Birch, 36) 2. Argument In this text Birch gives a historical overview of national integration process. He discusses different attitudes towards assimilation of minorities that existed in North America and Europe. Before 1960s […]

How Would a Communist Answer

After reading chapter one and the excerpt, when thinking of how a communist would answer the four questions it would go something like this. Question one being the ontological question, who am I? A communist might answer by saying that all communists are equal one is not greater than another and that they are the […]

John Rawl vs Robert Nozick

John Rawls’ system of justice (Welfare liberalism) is at odds with Robert Nozick’s Classical liberalist position. Argumentatively discuss. There is a variety of perception on economic or distributive justice, material goods and services have no intrinsic value but are valuable only if they are shared. My essay is a critique and argument of John Rawl’s […]

Plato’s Social Political Philosophy

What makes a good society or a good individual? According to Plato, the virtues of justice, wisdom, courage, and moderation are necessary to make a good society. Since Plato’s perspective is exemplified in today’s society and in many other works of fiction, we can derive that there is convincing argument for Plato’s view. Before we […]

Apush – College Essay

The early republic of America was faced with many challenges and changes in all aspects of its society. One big change was the amount of power of the national government accumulated and some people favored this while it also faced serious opposition. The Whiskey Rebellion (1794) and the Hartford Convention (1814-1833) were two of many […]

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