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What is the ideology that can get rid of all these things?
Among the responsibilities of the council as mentioned in the constitution of Pakistan 1973 that the Council of Islamic Ideology is to advise the Parliament and the Provincial Assemblies on bringing the laws of the country in accordance to the injunctions of Islam.
Turning his guns towards Imran Khan, he said, 'Khan is the soldier of the ideology of Maulana Sami-ul Haq.
For example, scholars of international relations have focused on the importance of elite ideology in determining American foreign policy, but have paid less attention to parties (Holsti 2006; Nau 2013).
Key Words: Foreign Policy of Iran, Ideology of Iran, Role of Ideology in foreign policy
We want to position India as a global centre for moderate ideology in Islam; and show how Sufism can help tackle radicalisation and use of terror by Islamic extremists," he said.
This ideology was socially Darwinist, vulgar positivist, modernist, Turkish nationalist, statist, capitalist and laicist.
Althusser [3] proposed a materialistic conception of ideology.
CABINET minister Sajid Javid has called on fellow British Muslims to challenge "non-violent extremists" who support the ideology of groups like Islamic State (IS).
THE CONTEMPORARY era is marked by the curse of ideology.
The Count envisioned ideology to be a 'science of formation of ideas' and a replacement for theology hence excluding all religious studies from the ideological system.
3) The lack of interest in the growth effect of political ideology might stem from the fact that political ideology is commonly assumed to affect the business cycle, and not long-term economic growth trends.
The topics include reconciling identity management and coping strategies with diversity ideology, organizational and individual colorblindness approaches to past injustice, the intersection of organizational and individual diversity ideology on diverse employees' perceptions of inclusion and organizational justice, what a profit-maximizing rationale for affirmative action ignores and why it matters, and examples of multiculturalism at work in Britain and Germany.
But the union of these two apparently opposed narratives is in fact a demonstration of a feature of ideology that philosophers Ernst Bloch, Karl Mannheim and Paul Ricoeur revealed: that contrary to classic Marxist doctrine, all ideologies have a utopian element, without which they have no power of legitimation.