Aishwarya Sandeep


Anideologyis a set ofbeliefsor philosophies credited to an individual or gathering of people, particularly as held for reasons that are not simply epistemic, in which “viable components are pretty much as conspicuous as hypothetical ones.” Formerly applied essentially to financial, political, or religious theories and policies, in a tradition returning to Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, later use regards the term as fundamentally critical. The term was coined by Antoine Destutt de Tracy, a French Enlightenment aristocrat and philosopher, who imagined it in 1796 as the “science of ideas” to build up a level-headed arrangement of thoughts to go against the unreasonable driving forces of the horde. In political theory, the term is utilized from an unmistakable perspective to allude to political conviction frameworks.

Followers of an ideology feel that its legitimacy need not be exposed to check. Various gatherings may stick to various ideologies; henceforth…

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