Category: Society

Third Exam: Authoritarian and Totalitarian Systems

The main purpose of the paper is to study and analyze the issues of authoritarian and totalitarian systems through the observation of the example of ancient Greece and the way the issues are represented in the works of such theorists, as Arendt, Freud, and Sun Tzu, as a representative of Chinese theorists. It can be seen that Thucydides’ observa...

Family Role

Family is the area where gender equality or, more precisely, gender disparities are the most acute, painful and often the hardest problems to deal with, at least, by law. The family is a complex social institution. Family relations are determined by the national culture, historic traditions, socioeconomic conditions, and some personal factors. The...

Christianity, Power and Nature

Agrarianism as a philosophical concept points out that true reason for the current situation on the planet, including poor quality food, air polluted  with harmful emissions and diseases lies in the existing world view. First of all, the cult of material gains is one of the technocratic civilization priorities, and spiritual and moral principles a...

Eliminating Poverty

Introduction Poverty remains one of the crucial problems of humanity. Many people in the world suffer from food and water shortage, while a small proportion of rich people lives in luxury and enjoys sophisticated achievements of modern science and technology (Abramsky, 2013). The discrimination on income principle becomes evident in many parts of t...

Is Generation Me Really so Bad?

Hard data and statistics show that persons born between the 1980 and the year 2000 have propensities of self-regard than any other group. People born in previous years were more society-oriented than self-oriented as compared to the current generation. All the same, the trend towards self and individualization began long ago; it has just climaxed w...