• Tuesday July 14,2020

Society


Anarchism

Anarchism

We explain to you what anarchism is and how this political movement originated. In addition, its characteristics and differences with Marxism. Anarchism seeks the abolition of the State and of any form of government. What is anarchism? When one speaks of anarchism, it refers to a political, philosophical and social movement that has as its main objective the abolition of the State and of all form of government , as well as all forms of authority, hierarchy social or control that the society le pretend to impose the individuals The `` anarchism '' considers such forms of dominion as some

Agrarian

Agrarian

We explain to you what is agrarian and what aspects it refers to. In addition, agriculture in history and what is agricultural law. The `` agrarian '' world is as old as humanity itself. What is it? The term `` agrarian '' means everything related to rural life and rural economic exploitation: planting and plant cultivation, animal husbandry, The collection of fruits, etc

Architecture

Architecture

We explain to you what architecture is and how it arises in the history of mankind. Types of architecture Town planning. Architecture has been included among the Fine Arts of humanity. What is architecture? The architecture is the art and technique of conceiving, designing and constructing buildings that function as a habitat for the human being, whether housing, workplaces, recreation memorials The term comes from the ancient Greek, formed by the words arch - ( chief, authority ) and techn ( creation, construction ), of where it follows that it is the art of construction

Anarchy

Anarchy

We explain to you what anarchy is, how was the emergence of this political doctrine and what are the main figures of anarchy. Anarchy is one of the many forms of rebellion against the system. What is Anarchy? Anarchy refers to the ability to govern itself and organize, thus avoiding the repressive power of any political organization

Attitude

Attitude

We explain what the attitude is, its classification and why we adopt different attitudes. Its main characteristics and elements. Attitudes are acquired and learned throughout life. What is Attitude? The attitude (of the actuated brass ) can be defined as the manifestation of a mood or as a tendency to act in a certain way

Bioethics

Bioethics

We explain to you what is bioethics, what are its principles and history. In addition, what it is for and some examples of this ethics. Bioethics could be used as a bridge between life sciences and classical ethics. What is bioethics? The concept of bioethics alludes to the ethics of life or of biology

Bourgeoisie

Bourgeoisie

We explain to you what the bourgeoisie is and how this social class arises. What are the bourgeois values, and types of bourgeois. During the 19th century and after the Industrial Revolution, the bourgeoisie consolidated its power. What is Bourgeois? By means of burgundy, it is understood, broadly speaking, the well-off middle class and owner of shops and means of production , such as factories and industries, differentiated in vision

Visual Pollution

Visual Pollution

We explain what visual pollution is, its causes and the different effects it produces. In addition, its possible solutions and examples. Visual pollution presents elements such as posters, cables, posts, advertisements, etc. What is visual pollution? Just as pollution is the presence in the environment of toxic or foreign substances to their physical and chemical cycles, we call the presence visual contamination of the presence of visual elements in a landscape that interrupt its aesthetics , violate its overall perception and hinder the perception of the environment

Sound Pollution

Sound Pollution

We explain what sound pollution is, what are its causes and consequences. In addition, how to avoid it and some examples. Hearing pollution is the presence of annoying, deafening or constant noise. What is noise pollution? It is called sound pollution, acoustic pollution, auditory pollution, the presence of annoying, deafening or constant noise, as well as proliferation

Utopian communism

Utopian communism

We explain to you what utopian communism is and how these socialist currents arise. Differences between utopian and scientific communism. Utopian communism came to an end during the 19th century. What is utopian communism? The set of socialist currents that existed in the eighteenth century when philosophers Karl Marx and Frederick Engels emerged with their theories of a scientific communism, that is, is called utopian communism

Working class

Working class

We explain to you what the working class is and how was the emergence of this social class. Characteristics of the working class. Marxism. The origin of the working class is linked to the origins of capitalism. What is the working class? From the Industrial Revolution (1760-1840) it is called the working class, working class or simply proletariat to the social class that provides the labor force for society for production, construction and manufacturing , receiving I change an economic consideration (salary), without becoming the owners of the means of production in which they work

Capitalism and Socialism

Capitalism and Socialism

We explain to you what capitalism and socialism are, the most important economic systems, and what their differences are. Capitalism and socialism are two opposite economic and philosophical systems. Capitalism and Socialism There are many ways to explain the differences between capitalism and socialism , two opposite economic and philosophical systems

Scientific communism

Scientific communism

We explain to you what scientific communism is, what this set of theories consisted of and what were its foundations. Scientific communism was based on the theories of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. What is scientific communism? The term scientific communism or scientific socialism is used to distinguish the political theories enunciated by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels , whose theoretical foundation lay in the doctrine of materialism historical, of the rest of the socialist currents that existed in the nineteenth century, whose lack of î they turned into unviable projects, deserving of the t

Social classes

Social classes

We explain to you what a social class is and why they exist. In addition, what are the different classes that we find today. In today's society there are three major classes: high, medium and low. What are the social classes? Social classes are understood as the different human groups in which a given society is stratified , based on its related social and economic conditions, that distinguish them from the other existing classes

Social conscience

Social conscience

We explain what social awareness is and some characteristics of this mental activity. In addition, what is class consciousness. Social awareness allows us to relate in society. What is social awareness? Social consciousness is that stage or mental activity through which a person can become aware of the status of other individuals or even of the same within a community or group

Coexistence

Coexistence

We explain to you what coexistence is, the question of whether the human being is selfish or solidary by nature and the patterns of coexistence. Coexistence is the relationship of people with the social groups that they integrate. What is living together? Coexistence is the physical and peaceful coexistence between individuals or groups that must share a space

Civic

Civic

We explain to you what is civic and some characteristics of this term. In addition, the importance it has in society. Civics refers to human consciousness linked to respectful behavior. What is Civic? The concept of civics is a term derived from that of a citizen, understood as that member of society who has reached the level of social maturity sufficient to act in accordance with current regulations

Citizen

Citizen

We explain to you what a citizen is and the evolution of this term in history. In addition, what it means to be a good citizen. People who belong to a specific nation are often talked about. What is a citizen? The concept of a citizen refers to those who exercise their citizenship , a condition that characterizes the aforementioned category of activities and that can be defined as a series of acknowledgments expressed in rights and obligations, both individual and social

social Sciences

social Sciences

We explain what social sciences are and how they are classified. In addition, what these sciences study, and what methods they use. They seek to fully understand how it has worked and how the world works. What is social science? The social sciences are those sciences that aim to know some aspect of society

Conflict

Conflict

We explain what a conflict is and what types of conflicts exist. In addition, why they occur and what are the social conflicts. Resource scarcity is a conflict trigger. What is conflict? A conflict is a manifestation of opposing interests, in the form of a dispute . It has many synonyms: fight, discrepancy, disagreement, separation, all with a negative assessment a priori