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John Ireland and Constance Mui

principally to highlight its limitations and insufficiencies. Sartre saw groups, not classes, as agents of change; he did not believe in a dialectics of nature. He had serious doubts about Marx as an economist and as the leader of a political party. For

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Mike Gane

required fundamental structural reform. Building social science as an independent force, based in universities that were not political parties, was his principal objective. A careful analysis of his very occasional political interventions and his alignments

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The Social Consequences of Brexit for the UK and Europe

Euroscepticism, Populism, Nationalism, and Societal Division

Steve Corbett

vertical antagonism allows for the removal or exclusion of “the enemy” from the political, or even the overall societal, domain ( Abts and Rummens 2007: 419 ). It forms part of a discourse of opposition to mainstream political parties, immigration, social

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From In-Itself to Practico-Inert

Freedom, Subjectivity and Progress

Kimberly S. Engels

political power, including the political parties and apparatuses of the working class. 19 He mentions, however, that the guardian could serve as a leader in a political party, which Sartre would consider a practico-inert social object, as long as the power

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Brexit, Sustainability, Economics, Companies’ Responsibilities, and Current Representations

implications that go beyond the UK’s relationship with the EU. It is an expression of the wider rise of right- and left-wing populism across Europe, including the Freedom Party of Austria and the Netherlands, Front National, Podemos, and Syriza political

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Jan Berting

nations, encompasses and dominates all other differences within the group. This conception of totality may be related in some instances to the conviction of the members of a group—a nation, a religious community, a political party, and so on—that their

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Sarah Horton

political party implicitly understand that their leaders may need to lie to them to accomplish the party’s goal, so they desire that their leaders lie to them if lying is the best way to accomplish that goal. If the members recognize their responsibility for

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Xu Yanhui and Gong Ziyu

, clan organization, a sports/recreational association, an artistic/educational/cultural association, a labor union, a political party, a professional association, and associations related to school. “Never participate” is assigned the value 1

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Four Dimensions of Societal Transformation

An Introduction to the Problematique of Ukraine

Zuzana Novakova

big to fail, the state will bail them out using public resources), through the financing of direct political representation of their interests (most of political parties in the current Parliament rely on a disproportionally large proportion of their

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The Evolution of 20 Years of Social Quality Thinking

integration policy as presented in a 2011 governmental policy paper partly influenced by right-wing populist parties. Most Dutch political parties have distanced themselves—as did this policy statement—from multiculturalism, even though, for example, more than