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Asked if the police had detected the spread of the Salafi Jihadi and Islamic State ideologies elsewhere besides Perlis, Mohamad Fuzi said further investigations were being conducted on this.
For political gains negative ideologies are being promoted that are in turn breeding hatred and conflict in society.
The Western world has been an incubator of ideologies, but only sporadically has it succumbed to them.
This evolution in Republican Party ideology, becoming relatively more interventionist under Bush, and the corresponding change in the Democratic Party, becoming relatively less interventionist, is just one of numerous instances in American political history of the two major parties changing their positions, rhetoric, and ideologies with regard to foreign policy.
In the 19th and 20th centuries ideologies of Marxism, Fascism and even Nazism were proved as a false thinking that were used merely as tools to build and maintain hegemony or to counter one another to rule the world.
" There are three ideologies at work in Islam in India: Shia,
It seems the hegemonic Turkist ideology of the state is so pervasive in the country that it transcends all sorts of ideologies. Put differently, even though we are inclined to believe that the AKP under Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an's helm is now increasingly becoming authoritarian and also Islamist, appearances are in fact deceiving.
Ideologies are systems of abstract thought applied to public matters and thus make this concept central to politics.
Ideologies dismember and universalise belief systems, concoct absolutist dogmatic doctrines, link every aspect of life to a larger abstract goal, stagnate and rigidify humanity and impede progress.
The impetus rests upon the notion of every global catastrophe to be based on some specific kind of ideology or 'clash of ideologies.' The First World War which started off with a traditional approach later sought refuge in ideologies namely: Nationalism Militarism and Imperialism.
In line with Piketty (1995) and Benabou and Ok (2001), Benabou (2008) argues theoretically that societies can embrace ideologies leading to equilibrium associated with inappropriate public responses to market failures.
But the union of these two apparently opposed narratives is in fact a demonstration of a feature of ideology that philosophers Ernst Bloch, Karl Mannheim and Paul Ricoeur revealed: that contrary to classic Marxist doctrine, all ideologies have a utopian element, without which they have no power of legitimation.