Ideoloģijas konkrētas formas (-ismi)
List of political ideologies. Political ideologies have two dimensions: Goals: How society should be organized.Methods: The most appropriate way to achieve this goal.
An ideology is a collection of ideas. Typically, each ideology contains certain ideas on what it considers to be the best form of government (e.g. democracy, autocracy, etc.), and the best economic system (e.g. capitalism, socialism, etc.). Sometimes the same word is used to identify both an ideology and one of its main ideas. Colonialism. First published Tue May 9, 2006; substantive revision Tue Apr 10, 2012 Colonialism is a practice of domination, which involves the subjugation of one people to another.
One of the difficulties in defining colonialism is that it is hard to distinguish it from imperialism. Komunisms. ConsevatismAsMotivatedSocialCognition. Marxism - Bourgeois ideology and proletarian class consciousness. The Marxian proposition that "the dominant ideology of every society is the ideology of the dominant class" appears at first glance to conflict with the character of the proletarian revolution as the conscious overturning of society by the proletariat, as a product of the conscious, independent activity of the wage-earning masses.
A superficial interpretation of this proposition might lead to the conclusion that it is utopian to expect the masses who, under capitalism, are manipulated and exposed to the constant onslaught of bourgeois and petty-bourgeois ideas, to be capable of carrying out a revolutionary class struggle against this society, let alone a social revolution, Herbert Marcuse, who draws this conclusion, is (for the time being) simply the latest in a long series of theoreticians who, taking as their point of departure the Marxian definition of the ruling class, finish by calling into question the revolutionary potential of the working class.