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Please ask me any question on conservatism, socialism and liberalism, I’m frequently in here and happy to help any stragglers to the best of my ability, I have a wealth of knowledge and various essays by my creation
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Hi I would love some help! Would you possibly be able to attach all your example essays as I'm v bad at knowing how to write them?? Thank you!!
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I can’t exactly attach them, they are written down, I’ll give you a good idea on how to answer

Firstly write an Introduction defining the core term or concept such as human nature society, etc, and a brief description of why ideologies are disunited

You’d have either a job to recognise the agreements or groups together sectional agreements such as all socialists value the moral aspects of human nature as it can improve economic efficiency contrasting wasteful and inefficient capitalist competition

And then you’d go on to how socialists compare strands based on how human nature is flexible or not with the economy

Or it could be along the lines of this stand believes this and this stand believes that over this idea

It’s a complex process and the conclusion should come naturally, I’d recommend 2 thinkers is fine and you don’t have to go into excruciating depth
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Hi, I've got a few questions I'd like to ask if that's fine

Where do socialists differ on society?

What are some key quotes for liberalism?

Do Conservatives agree on hierarchy?
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One nation and traditional conservatives support hierarchy to promote order and stability to provide for others to maintain the organic society, Neo liberals don’t exactly they see individuals more as individuals and an atomistic society rather than hierarchical but it’s vague

Quotes could be Socrates dissatisfied than a pig satisfied- JS Mill

Government should be servant not master - John Locke

Over the body and mind the individual is sovereign

As for socialism I guess it would be how third way see a society full of individuals who are individuals or at least seek to be individuals whilst fundamental and democratic socialism see the end point as a socialist society
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do you have any predictions on what could come up and what ideology
- do you think it will be presented as "to what extent do ______ agree/disagree on human nature/society/state/economy or the core principles
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