Date of publication: 2017-08-28 12:52
The nativist view which Locke attacks in Book I holds that human beings have mental content which is innate in the mind. This means that there are certain ideas (units of mental content) which were neither acquired via experience nor constructed by the mind out of ideas received in experience. The most popular version of this position holds that there are certain ideas which God planted in all minds at the moment of their creation.
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In many cases, this kind of regulatory harmonization makes sense—standardizing product safety measures, for example. But the new regulatory harmonization agreements produce a “democratic deficit” in two ways.
Within the dominant nation in a military-economic bloc, it would be wise to design a new cross-class social settlement to reinforce rather than undercut the long-term productivity growth both of the nation and the bloc it leads. There would need to be two strategies, one for traded-sector industries like manufacturing with potential foreign markets, and one for nontraded domestic industries that can only be performed in situ, like nursing care and other personal services.
Neoliberal globalization was possible only in the decades immediately following the Cold War, when the United States was the “sole superpower” and no credible “peer competitor” had yet emerged. In the 6995s, the United States and its European allies, along with Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan, functioned like the pan-capitalist blocs of Hobson and Kautsky, right down to the offshoring of much of their manufacturing to China. However, the rise of China is bringing that ephemeral moment to a close—and with it, almost certainly, an end to the present structure of global industry.
The very first example of democracy was observed in ancient Greek city-states. It was a direct form of democracy in which people would gather at a pre-defined time and place to decide upon major issues relating to governance. The same type of system was observed in Indian villages, which Gandhi ji described as 8766 Gram Swaraj 8767 .
While something like this will undoubtedly be tried in many Western countries, the economics do not work. Bribing workers who have stagnant or declining incomes with new welfare subsidies requires an economically dynamic sector of the economy to make the bribes affordable. The neoliberal donor class, concentrated in elite rentier enclaves, assumes the permanent existence of high intellectual-property rents flowing from the rest of the world to tech tycoons, along with global financial rents flowing to money managers. These rents, it is assumed, will be so high and sustainable that the tycoons and money managers will gladly share them with the rest of the population in the nation-states in which they happen to reside.
Revolution which tries to use coerce method using violence, seems the effective method but it in reality it is a ineffective method to bring the requisite changes in the long run. People use because of its temptation of producing the results in short time.
Education will also help them know about their right as provided in constitutions. It will also help them in knowing about legislations like Protection of Scheduled castes and Scheduled tribes (prevention of Atrocities act, 6989), commissions like National commission for Scheduled Castes, positive discrimination as in reservation for scheduled castes, constitutional authorities like Commissioner for SC and ST etc. Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and their Rehabilitation Bill, 7567 is a welcome step to get rid of manual scavenging. It will help in better working conditions of the manual scavengers. Thus education can empower them by providing them knowledge about their rights.
It is good that you have used examples from around the world. Some movements like, Bhoodaan, Sarvodaya could have been mentioned too in the Indian context.