Social liberalism is the ideology of collective liberties and rights that favors social welfare and justice. It comes in a political and economic form.
Equality is a symbolic expression of things being equivalent in value, but not necessarily “exactly the same”.
Mathematically, and generally, equality simply expresses an equivalence of value (such as in 1+2=3 and F=ma).
Classical liberalism is the ideology of liberties, rights, individualism, reason, and tolerance that comes in a political and economic form.
We explain Marx’s conflict theory and other conflict theories to show how tension between social, political, material, and other forces manifest.
Conservatism is the ideology of governmental, cultural, and economic order, tradition, hierarchy, and authority that generally comes in classical, social, and economic forms.
Plato’s Republic, utilitarianism, the philosophies of morality, ethics, politics, virtue, and law are all centered around one question “what is justice?” (AKA “what is fairness?”).
On this page we discuss the concepts of fairness, justice, morality, and ethics as they relate to Utilitarianism.
Liberalism is the political ideology of liberty and equality, where classical liberalism emphasizes individual liberty and social liberalism emphasizes social equality.
We explain neoliberalism, globalization, nativism, and protectionism and the pros and cons of “neoliberal globalization” and “nativist protectionism.”
The Optimates like Pompey (aristocrats) and Populares like Julius Caesar (populists) were two opposing political factions at the onset of the fall of the Roman Republic.
Different types of government can be said to be based on a number of attributes like power source, power structure, and economic system.