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Is the term "freedom" sometimes used by those who govern a nation into a poor state of affairs for the people?

Short Answer It's a fair question to explore in political philosophy the connection between the term and advocacy of "freedom", and the outcomes. But, ultimately, "freedom" is a ...
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Is the term "freedom" sometimes used by those who govern a nation into a poor state of affairs for the people?

People love to talk about political freedom, but very few take the time to think the issue through philosophically. That's unfortunate. But if we want to get down to brass tacks the one idea we should ...
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In political philosophy, what is the label for those who work to preserve a negative peace been called?

From the ontology of political science, there are four terms that revolve around the status quo. Progressives want to change it for the better, whatever that may be. Radicals want immediate drastic ...
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Mussolini on Nietzsche

Have a look at this: https://forum.termometropolitico.it/657284-benito-mussolini-filosofia.html I think this is a very revealing piece by Mussolini from November to December 1908, setting out ...
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