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Introduction to the unicist ontology of ideologies

Ideologies need to be understood because they are necessary to sustain an existing National Identity. It is self-evident that there are no universal ideologies that can sustain particular identities.

Universal ideologies can work as meta-ideologies but ideologies are functional when they sustain the real archetype of a country and are represented by the establishment of the society.

Ideologies are an integration of beliefs and myths that generates a consensus to sustain the growth of a culture.

Myths are necessarily both real myths that provide solutions and fallacious myths that avoid the perception of unmanageable weaknesses.

Understanding the ontology of ideologies you will be able to access the following aspects:

1)      The nature of the functional ideologies, their evolution and the structure of democracy which is implicit in the field of ideologies
2)      The nature of absolute ideologies and their functionality as fallacious myths of a society
3)      Fundamentalism as an extreme case of absolute ideologies

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Peter Belohlavek

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