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It is important to highlight the contribution of Paul Ricoeur to Social Philosophy and Ethics. Ricoeur shows a bright and powerful way to make his points understandable, besides showing a good classical education on discussing issues that requires a philosophical tradition. 2. A Brief Historical Overview on the Concept of Ideology This section presents a brief historical overview on the concept of ideology from its original sources to sophisticated definitions taking the hermeneutic method as granted. The word ideology was created by Destutt de Tracy to define the main purposes of science that aims to understand the ideas, its characteristics and laws and its relation to the signs that represent it as well.
The equal protection clause of the Constitution whe... ... middle of paper ... ...ral and political notions. While this tendency of the Court is deplorable, the truth is inescapable that the cases allowing for many of our most basic rights cannot be justified simply by reference to the Constitution. Hence, the Court has invoked the generality of the Constitution to define and defend vested rights and general principles of democratic society. To conclude, without the ability to move beyond the explicit text of the Constitution, a great number of crucial decisions in U.S. history must be overturned. The simple fact is that the interpretive model cannot allow for the justification of many of our most sacred rights.
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Wolfers believes security is a concept that can be dangerously ambiguous . Long debates outlined two confronting approaches, of traditionalists and wideners, first adherents of the realist school of thought, define security as a freedom from any objective military threat and security studies is defined, for example, by Stephen Walt as “the studies of the threat, use, and control of military force”. Tradi... ... middle of paper ... ...be understood as emancipation and achieved, how Booth argues “by people and groups if they do not deprive others of it”. For Booth and Wyn Jones the state is not the main provider of security but one of the main causes of insecurity, during the last years far more people have been killed by their own governments than by foreign armies. Scott Watson reconceptualise humanitarianism as a sector of security expanding the applicability of securitization theory beyond states and societies to human as referent objects, and has its procedures and logic.
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We take away from them only the mystery of their birth and the danger their clandestineness posed to democracy. (Latour, 1993, p.142) . . . for ‘post-normal’ problems there must be in place a process which goes beyond the standard procedures (Ravetz and Funtowicz, 1998, p.48) Prevalent interpretations of risk rest largely on two incongruent perspectives.
(b) Does is relate to the pretender? (C) Has it been propagandized? (d) Does any of the mitigation implement? Jones says that infringement of right is safeguarding a person from deceitfully attributing him to statement which may violate his reputation with others. He also says that it should be distinctive with any deceitful statement which does not inflict any dama... ... middle of paper ... ...dience wish to use the concepts which have already been scrutinized above are surely and certainly veracious.