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Create New If our concept of ideology remains the classic one in which the illusion is located in knowledge, then today's society must appear post-ideological: The fundamental level of ideology, however, is not of an illusion masking the real state of things but that of an unconscious fantasy structuring our social reality itself.
And at this level, we are of course far from being a post-ideological society.
Cynical distance is just one way [ These are the basic political ideologies that are prevalent in contemporary times. Still, most political works can be broadly defined as falling into one of the following categories. Please note, the following categories are ideological.
Several groups running in Real Life elections often use these terms, but to refer to their political bloc rather than as an indicator of their actual ideological leanings. For instance, in the contemporary USA 'liberalism' is an umbrella which encompasses everything between Socialism and Third-Way Neoliberalism, whereas 'conservativism' is another umbrella covering everything from Neoconservative-Neoliberalism to Hardline-Conservatism.
In other places "liberalism" has quasi-fused with "conservatism" and runs against an ideology named after some founding figure "Guy X-ism" - this is particularly common in Latin America, which loves to name political styles and ideologies after people, both living and dead both connected and unrelated to said ideology.
A Note on Context A political ideology does not arise in a vacuum. A political ideology is usually the product of a series of beliefs about how human beings are, how they acquire knowledge, how they should interact with each other, and how they should be governed if at all.
For instance, one who believes Hobbes Was Right will come to very different political conclusions to one who believes Rousseau Was Right.
While their theorists are almost exclusively European, the ideologies themselves are near-universally applicable and are known worldwide. With the Great Politics Mess Up in the late 20th century, some people have argued that "all big political narratives are over" and some parties have indeed tried to sell themselves as non-ideological, with neoliberalism marketing itself as being mere economic "expert opinion" and political parties of all colors running away from both "socialism" e.
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To some extent these schemas will have been created by each individual mind. To a large extent, however, they will have been supplied by the society of minds of which that individual mind is a member.
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This is why TV Tropes is so absorbing, and why we had to purge the Troper Tales and "This Troper" sections in the "Real Life" folders of every page — some already had more personal tales than all the fictional ones put together, and almost every article would eventually have ended up that way.
Ideology should be glasses, which distort our view, and the critique of ideology should be the opposite, like you take off the glasses so that you can finally see the way things really are.
Ideology is our spontaneous relation to our social world, how we perceive each meaning and so on and so on. To us, it doesn't sound like a belief system:down-and-out distance of crash scene, frantically went door- kazhegeldin Bloomquist Earlene Arthur’s irises.
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President John F. Kennedy's Attack On The Steel Companies [October 22, ] The President: I have several announcements to make. [I. ] Simultaneous and identical actions of United States Steel and other leading steel corporations increasing steel prices by some $6 a ton constitute a wholly unjustifiable and irresponsible defiance of the public.
CONGRESS HAS NOT AUTHORIZED A SINGLE ‘CZAR’ that puppet president Obama has appointed. Thus, any person, for example, whose pay is deemed excessive by Obama’s new ‘pay czar,’ the Zionist Jew, Kenneth Feinberg, could file a federal suit asserting that the order is an unconstitutional. If our concept of ideology remains the classic one in which the illusion is located in knowledge, then today's society must appear post-ideological: the prevailing ideology is that of cynicism; people no longer believe in ideological truth; they do not take ideological propositions seriously.
On January 9, , John F. Kennedy addressed the Massachusetts State Legislature: "We are setting out upon a voyage in no less hazardous than that undertaken by the Arbella in ," "For of those whom much is given, much is required.