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    Need help on Modern Liberal view of an Enabling state:

    What was Mill's preference modern/classical?
    What's utilitarianism does it link to the state?
    What was Benthams view?
    What's Mills view?
    What was Mills view on the state?
    Quote?
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    so if the qu was on liberalism or conservatism how would you tackle that?

    Would you compare modern liberalism to classical and traditional conservatism with the neo conservatism?
    Yeah,
    Lib - CL + ML
    Con - TC + CNR + LNR


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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Why?
    we have done socialism but we are not revising it because of its size, and we have ran out of time to do nationalism as we only have 5 hours a week contact time
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    (Original post by myhatmyrowntrees)
    we have done socialism but we are not revising it because of its size, and we have ran out of time to do nationalism as we only have 5 hours a week contact time
    What are your predictions on what will come up in terms of the questions?
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    (Original post by phantomspecialist)
    Yeah,
    Lib - CL + ML
    Con - TC + CNR + LNR


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    Is the conervative new right and liberal night right seperate ideologies?

    I thought the new right is basically a marriage/modern version of traditional conservatism and classical economics of Adam Smith?
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    Is the conervative new right and liberal night right seperate ideologies?

    I thought the new right is basically a marriage/modern version of traditional conservatism and classical economics of Adam Smith?
    The New Right is a sub-branch of conservatism and it consists of the Liberal new right and the Conservative new right, so they're not separate ideologies


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    (Original post by phantomspecialist)
    The New Right is a sub-branch of conservatism and it consists of the Liberal new right and the Conservative new right, so they're not separate ideologies


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    thats what i thought
    Margaret thatchers gov right? So i should think free market, anti welfare low taxes etc, privatitastion
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    Anyone have any predictions for the 45 markers in both exams??
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    Does anyone have unit 4 nationalism notes? Please anyone ((

    My teacher said she thinks a nationalism 45 marker and a anarchism 45 marker on " anarchism is closer to liberalism than socialism"
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    Anyone have any predictions on unit 3b and 4b?
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    i love conservatism
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    (Original post by Samz15)
    i love conservatism
    Better than Liberalism, I've found! :five:
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    (Original post by itssnic0le)
    Anyone have any predictions for the 45 markers in both exams??
    I'd like to know as well!
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    (Original post by bsbnah)
    I'd like to know as well!
    hows revision going?
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    hows revision going?
    Its going alright, just feel like everything i'm revising is being forgotten the next day which is so annoying! I find theres too much content.

    What about you?
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    (Original post by lulucoco98)
    Does anyone have unit 4 nationalism notes? Please anyone ((

    My teacher said she thinks a nationalism 45 marker and a anarchism 45 marker on " anarchism is closer to liberalism than socialism"
    That's a horrible one because you will have to have revised socialism as well
    I'm missing out socialism..learning the other 3
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    (Original post by bsbnah)
    Its going alright, just feel like everything i'm revising is being forgotten the next day which is so annoying! I find theres too much content.

    What about you?
    We are like two peas in a pod haha
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    That's a horrible one because you will have to have revised socialism as well
    I'm missing out socialism..learning the other 3
    I personally love that question!
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    (Original post by bsbnah)
    I personally love that question!
    How would you tackle it?

    This exam is stressing me out
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    (Original post by xxvine)
    How would you tackle it?

    This exam is stressing me out
    I'd start off with Individualist anarchists and their relationship with liberal individualists - it's an extreme form of ind liberalism & they both agree on the free market and private property. They see the human as gifted with reason therefore can make their own decisions but anarchists take it to the extreme and argue that thee inidividual should act only on their concious and disregard any morality. Anarcho capitlists are similar to classical & neo liberals in that they believe in lassiez faire bc they believe general prosperity occurs when there is no regulations etc & modern liberals associate with social demo's in that unequal pursuit of profit will lead to further inequality so there needs to be some regulation to prevent this.

    Then i'd do the relationship between collectivst anarchism & socialist collectivism. They agree in the stateless, classless society but have different means of achieving this... Marxits want dictatorship of the proletariat and the state to wither away once class antagonism disappears whilst col anarchists think there should be a revolution where the state is destroyed. However, col anarchists do believe in the private property as long as it isnt exploitive

    Collectivists and marxists Both agree that the human being isnt self interested but is caring and naturing. They argue that total social equality can encourage people to work togeter for the greater good of the community. They also believe that freedom is an achievement from self realisation which can be achieveed under the corrext conditions of human flourishing. However, collectivists anarchists do believe in private property as long as it is not exploitive.

    Individual anarchsis and liberals differ in that liberals see the state as guaranteeing freedom for individuals whereas anarchists see it as oppression. They view the very principles of liberalism; representative and constitutionalism as a facade where naked oppression lies behind it.

    And then i'd conclude by linking back to the question thats just my way of tackling the question, im sure others differ lol
 
 
 
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