Principles of Political Liberalism
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Political liberalism supports that political stability can be achieved by the development of the conception of justice that accommodates the existence of pluralism or personal differences among reasonable people, particularly, those that are related to comprehensive ideas.Political liberalism holds that stability can be achieved through the recognition that conflict will always endure as a result of freedom allowed in liberal democratic societies; through the recognition, tolerance and respect to each person's individuality, freedom, and equality as well as the existence of a principle or idea that is common to all reason.
... sounded the death-knell of the post-1945 geopolitical framework. Symbolically, its end was located in the world revolution of 1968". The next stage in the formation of new international order was the collapse o the Soviet Union. "The demise of the Cold War set states in Eastern and Central Europe on a problematic path of transition to capitalism, economic and political liberalization" (Brown, 2004, p. 121). There were two significant geopolitical consequences of the collapse. "Washington lost the last important argument it could employ as to why Western Europe should remain politically tied to the USA - the need to maintain a common front against the Soviet Union. It also lost the ... View details
... of Justice Stanford Law Review. Volume: 54. Issue: 6. 2002. Page 1491 Frank Jerome, Law and the Modern Mind ( New York: Tudor, 1936). 154-57 Hart. L.A. "The Concept of Law" (1961), p. 7. James Boyle, "The Politics of Reason: Critical Legal Theory and Local Social Thought," University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 133 ( 1985), p. 728 John Rawls, A Theory of Justice ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1971), p. 62. John Rawls, Political Liberalism, rev. edn. ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1996), p. 298. Joseph William Singer, "The Player and the Cards: Nihilism and Legal Theory," Yale Law Journal, vol. 94 ( 1984), p. ... View details
... industries. The Marxian economic determinism that leads ultimately to economic reductionism is a defining characteristic of the political economy approach. As a matter of fact, the realm of culture has its own internal logic of functioning. It is not simply working in accordance with the principles of market or the crude laws of economics. Culture is discursive; it constitutes discourses with cultural contents. The political economy approach, however, has been criticised as "an encyclopaedic or 'textbook approach', particularly the tendency to present elements of a map without a sense of structure, process, relationship, or outcome" (Mosco, 1996). These kinds of criticisms have ... View details