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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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Liberal fundamentalism: a contemporary paradox

Fundamentalism is defined in two ways. “A form of a religion, especially Islam or Protestant Christianity, that upholds belief in the strict, literal interpretation of scripture” (Oxford Dictionary) or as the “strict adherence to the basic principles of any subject or discipline” … Continue reading

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I have always argued that theories are what we want the world to be, think it would be, or not want it to be, constructing an umbrella for the happenings and societal flow. The reality begins where we state facts … Continue reading

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“We have entered an age of fear. Insecurity is once again an active ingredient of political life in Western democracies. Insecurity born of terrorism, but also, and more insidiously, fear of the uncontrollable speed of change, fear of the loss … 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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