Category Archives: Academic Posts

Marx’s communism in a capitalist society? A Western analysis

Introduction What everyone would agree on is that Marx discusses social classes, class struggle, revolution, and therefore peace and economic equality. The most significant conflict stands between the working class (proletariat) and the rich (bourgeoisie) because the first executes jobs … Continue reading

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Social Classes: The Western Contemporary Situation

I have written the article on social mobility a couple of days ago and I realised that Social Classes should have their own part of this website. I have gathered a short explanation and have structured a list to emphasize what … Continue reading

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On Social Mobility and Meritocracy: articles review with a contemporary assessment

Meritocracy is strictly dependent on social mobility since it means that individuals would be rewarded according to their achievements rather than background or economic possibilities. But having a brief overview of the society today, social classes are rather changed since … Continue reading

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The Romanian Separation of Church from Religion

First of all, if you keep on with this website, you will know that I have argued how sociologists should rather ‘report’ the reality rather than recycle the old books without bringing the new, the actual times we live in to … Continue reading

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Commodified selves and religions

Ever wondered what happened to our spiritual sense? Well, the Aberdeen University course of Religion and Culture (SO4058) does make you think about it quite a bit. I’m choosing not to change too much for this work because any strong … Continue reading

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How to encounter the yada yada about how useless sociologists are – the two parts of sociology and how to reason. Numbers. It’s the numbers, … people.

It’s serious issue for us sociologists and sociologists to be that we encounter such figures yelling their science-based degrees at us. This sort of people are unavoidable and they always go yada yada on the more or less same lines: … Continue reading

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What is so interesting about New Religious Movements?

First of it all, NRM. New Religious Movements, as you’d easily find on Wikipedia by a quick search, are movements concerned with freedom of individuals in the sense of “it’s all true for you, but not for me”. The adopters … Continue reading

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Why do people believe the things they believe?

First and foremost, ‘belief’. Belief is related to two main thing: about-self-belief and individual belief. The first is such as the belief on individuals in themselves when they plan ahead with one year. ‘Where do you see yourself in five … Continue reading

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Ethical sane insanity, moral principles, and psychotic realistic mind-sets

Keith opened his book. Keith was about to write down certain features of the society while he was studying for his hilarious course which was teaching him how ‘meritocracy’1 works. He put down six words which he considered to be … Continue reading

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The Sake of The Master

For the sake of her mind she tried to not look. But she did stare, it’s true, she wasn’t looking at all. She starred to the thunder which hit her to burning alive! She was, oh, she was so much … Continue reading

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