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Philosophic Counselling For People And Their Governments
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When reading the chapters on some of the great thinkers, the reader must remember to translate their writings of Ethics and Morality, the thoughts on Political Philosophy and their interpretation of... More > the various beliefs into how much can be applied to Counselling through the ages. This is the evolutionary and progressive way that Philosophy has given us, Philosophers such as Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Marx, Hegel, Machiavelli, Hobbs, Adam Smith, Rousseau, Hume, Burke, Bentham and so many more from around the globe. There is nothing new in the application of styles in Counselling, from democratic to tyrannical, and from tolerance to motivation, delegating and selecting of therapeutic methods, or the welfare, counselling and stress management of people.< Less
Political Systems Norms and Laws
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The political activities of the various nations involve the study and practice of government and the exercise of authority. Efforts are made to influence, gain, or wield power at various levels of... More > government, internally and internationally, rather than in private settings and associations. Modes of political activity are highly diverse, varying from dispute resolution and formal elections to the threat or use of outright coercion or force. The degree to which people can engage in political activity also varies in different countries: in open societies, individuals have more freedom to participate in the exercise of political power than in closed societies, where such power is restricted to small groups. There has also been pressure for more democracy at a lower level, particularly in the way that work is organized. The social conditions for stable democratic government have been extensively discussed, with level of economic development apparently the most important single factor.< Less
Economics World House Rules
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From the mid-16th century to the beginning first quarter of the 21st century, economic thought can be split into five main historical schools: mercantilism; the economics of the French physiocrats;... More > classical economics; Keynesianism; and monetarism. The schools do not necessarily encompass the views of all economists. The mercantilists, between the mid-16th and mid-18th centuries, argued that the wealth of nations depended on their balance of trade. Proponents of the theory were concerned to maximize the amount of precious metals in the country. Protectionism was encouraged. Economic forecasting and growth are variables, either macro-economic (for country/ies) or micro-economic (for product/market), which deals with the increase in the productive capacity of an economy.< Less
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