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88). Socialism can be seen as a spin-off ideology from liberalism, another attempt to realize the goal of emancipation. The original socialist tradition was in agreement with the liberal idea of a rationally controlled society that could be made even better, that is, progress through conscious human action. Both ideologies dismissed the notion of divine guidance as the underlying source of rules, roles, and regulations in industrially advanced societies. Contrary to popular misconception, Karl Marx had little difficulty with the liberal idea of democracy and its potential to engage and deliver power to the masses.
What Is Meant by Left Wing and Right Wing in Today’s Politics? 31 Ideology Today If democracy and emancipation are to be more than pious aspirations, the ideologies must once again be linked to social movements and political parties that are putting them into practice. (Schwarzmantel, 1998, p. 12) These postmodernist critiques are included to address the frequent and often valid attacks on any conceptual discussions of the political ideologies that developed in response to the sweeping changes transforming Western societies during the period of modernity.
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