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pertaining to the principle of totalitarianism

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We however assume this is incidental, and does not actually affect the objectivity-like of the formal quoting by our Model POVs: the quoting by a concrete POV whatsoever, either Absolutistic or Relativistic, stay objective-like in any case.
REBT suggests that when people are inclined to easiness, fulfilling their desires and wants in a grandiose, absolutistic and fatalistic or derthen it promotes disruption and tumult in the society (Ellis, A.
Absolutistic positions did exist in the political discourse of early sixteenth-century England but were a minority and were considered quite extreme: the dichotomy absolutism vs.
Past the Arab Spring, neither will Russia effectively sustain its presence in the Middle East on a strict pan-Arabic secular, republican and anti-Islamic idea, nor will the US manage to politically and morally justify its continuous backing off of the absolutistic monarchies that are so energized by the backward, dismissive and oppressive Wahhabism.
edu/archives/surn2010/entries/paternalism ("Kantian views are frequently absolutistic in their objections to paternalism.
Past the 'Arab Spring', neither will russia effectively sustain its presence in the Middle East on a strict pan-Arabic secular, republican and anti-Islamic idea, nor will the US manage to politically and morally justify its backing off of the absolutistic monarchies energized by the backward, dismissive and oppressive Wahhabism.
After 1648, Germany's many semi-sovereign states tried to balance the absolutistic reign with the demand for parliamentarian representation by the emerging bourgeoisie.
They were all sources of irrationality, and included the irrational thought processes of Awfulzing, Low Frustration Tolerance, and Negative Self Rating which are derived from one single factor; the musts and shoulds, or absolutistic, rigid demands in the thought process of the individual.
Blue Absolutistic, obedience, mythic order, Singapore purposeful, authoritarian "Sacrifice self now to the one true way and (Dinan, 1999) obey rightful authority so as to deserve rewards later.
While this approach can threaten absolutistic religious views, it is consistent with the nonabsolutistic practice of any religious tradition.
Core beliefs are absolutistic statements about ourselves, others, or the world.
I had been born under an absolutistic racist regime in Mississippi; I had lived and worked for twelve years under the political dictatorship of the Communist party of the United States; and I had spent a year of my life under the police terror of Peron in Buenos Aires.
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is active-directive, but is also unusually post-modernistic and constructivist in that it specializes in showing clients how their conscious and unconscious absolutistic philosophies lead to much of their dysfunctional feelings and behaviours, and what they can do to make themselves more open-minded and flexible in their intra-personal and interpersonal relationships (Ellis 1998).
In general, while the authors criticize (philosophical) bioethics for its (excessive) analytic, universalistic, absolutistic, and individualistic orientations, it seems more likely that the problems come from a perceived dogmatism, lack of humility, and insensitivity to social circumstances in bioethical deliberations by philosophers.