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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 18, 2019 • 12:00 pm 0 points

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    Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A). It is true that the one who have genuine understanding of Aristotle’ can not deny the fact that his philosophical system was the opposite of Plato as Aristotle tried to remove the defects from Plato’s Idealism. 

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 18, 2019 • 11:52 am 0 points

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    For me morals, ethics, and religion are convertible terms. A moral life without reference to religion is a like house built upon sand. And religion divorced from morality is like ‘sounding brass’ good only for making a noise and breaking heads. Morality includes truth, ahimsa and continence. Every virtue that mankind has ever practiced is referable to and derived from these three fundamental virtues. Nonviolence and continence are again derivable from Truth, which for me is God.

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 17, 2019 • 15:18 pm 0 points

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    The UN Security Council voted on three resolutions to address chemical weapons use in Syria. Russia vetoed a U.S.-sponsored resolution which would have created a UN Independent Mechanism of Investigation with a one-year mandate to investigate the responsible actors for chemical weapons use in Syria. A Russian resolution which would have created a similar body but would have allowed the UN Security Council, not the investigative body, to ultimately determine accountability failed to receive enough votes to pass. 

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 17, 2019 • 12:19 pm 0 points

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    Idealism in foreign policy holds that a state should make its internal political philosophy the goal of its foreign policy. For example, an idealist might believe that ending poverty at home should be coupled with tackling poverty abroad. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson was an early advocate of idealism.
    Idealism is also marked by the prominent role played by international law and international organizations in its conception of policy formation. One of the most well-known tenets of modern idealist thinking is democratic peace theory, which holds that states with similar modes of democratic governance do not fight one another. Wilson’s idealistic thought was embodied in his fourteen point’s speech, and in the creation of the League of Nations. 

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 18, 2019 • 11:49 am 0 points

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    John Rawls : Justice as Fairness ( ”Justice as Fairness: Political not Metaphysical” is an essay by John Rawls, published in 1985. In it he describes his conception of justice. It comprises two main principles of liberty and equality; the second is subdivided into Fair Equality of Opportunity and the Difference Principle.)
    John C. Harsanyi talked about The Maximin Principle in his article Can the Maximin Principle Serve as a Basis for Morality? A Critique of John Rawls’s Theory.
    Richard J. Arneson : Primary Goods Reconsidered. It is an article by Richard j Arneson as a critique of Rawls theory of justice on the lines of primary goods.
    Alex Callinicos : Equality of What ?

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 18, 2019 • 11:33 am 0 points

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    The Partnership for Peace (PfP) is a programme of practical bilateral cooperation between individual Euro-Atlantic partner countries and NATO. It allows partners to build up an individual relationship with NATO, choosing their own priorities for cooperation. It aimed at Incorporating ex-Eastern bloc states into the organisation.

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 18, 2019 • 10:14 am 0 points

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    Robert Nozick was an American philosopher. He held the Joseph Pellegrino University Professorship at Harvard University, and was president of the American Philosophical Association. He is best known for his books Philosophical Explanations (1981), which included his counterfactual theory of knowledge, and Anarchy, State, and Utopia (1974), a libertarian answer to John Rawls' A Theory of Justice (1971). His other work involved decision theory and epistemology.

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 18, 2019 • 11:59 am 0 points

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    Below are Plato’s Dialogues with Themes
    Middle Dialogues : In these dialogues, Plato begins expressing his own views, in the guise of Socrates.The Symposium and Republic are the most important works in this period.
    1 Symposium : The metaphysics of love
    2 Republic : The sphere of Politics
    Later Dialogues : The later dialogues are deeper developments of the philosophy expressed in the earlier ones; these are the most difficult of Plato’s works.
    3 Philebus : Application of the theory of ideas to the sphere of ethics
    4 Timaeus : The sphere of Physics

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 17, 2019 • 18:10 pm 0 points

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    In late 2002 Saddam Hussein, in a letter to Hans Blix, invited UN weapons inspectors back into the country. Subsequently, the Security Council issued resolution 1441 authorizing new inspections in Iraq. The carefully worded UN resolution put the burden on Iraq, not UN inspectors, to prove that they no longer had weapons of mass destruction. In January 2003, United Nations weapons inspectors reported that they had found no indication that Iraq possessed nuclear weapons or an active program. Some former UNSCOM inspectors disagree about whether the United States could know for certain whether or not Iraq had renewed production of weapons of mass destruction.

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Eduncle posted an MCQ
October 17, 2019 • 17:52 pm 0 points

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    Political development theorists believe that political societies, in their development stages, subject to a series of quintuple crises (identity, legitimacy, Penetration, participation, and Integration, distributive). These crises are either in terms of increasing level of development in some communities toward the environment, or to the contrary, in terms of backward countries’ failure to cope with environmental changes. Countries, especially third world countries in transitions to political development, undergo crises, including the crisis of penetration and distributive, which in the absence of empowerment in overcoming these crises; the communities will have problems and anomalies. This article aims to analyze the penetration and distributive and to examine the role of these crises in the political development process.

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