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ZOON POLITIKON IN THE AGE OF EXTREMISM: ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE SOCIO-POLITICAL HABITUS Print E-mail

Lea Ardani[1], Andrej Kovacic[2]

Abstract

The fact of the modern world is that the standard has risen, the rich have become richer, but the poor have achieved even greater achievement, as poverty has decreased more in the last fifty years than in five hundred years, so we are witnessing a huge decline in social inequality like never before. Information and communication technology led to a globalization development trend, where one can truly have a sense of superiority. This, of course, is only an external reflection that is the easiest to analyze, but on the other hand, humanity has stagnated on a personal level. This is beautifully reflected in today's external events, where all the principles of ethics and morality, which Aristotle spoke of in ancient Greece, have been forgotten. The question of the process of human degeneration and the very connection with the position on socio-political habitus, we found out that our greatest enemy within ourselves is ignorance. When the main elite in the society are no longer people who create something, but only people who say something and appeal to emotions, then society no longer has anyone to follow and where all classes can see that it is possible to succeed fairly by working hard and by following your ideals.

Keywords: ethics, morals, elites, extremism

[1] Faculty of Media Ljubljana, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
 

[2] Erudio Business School, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Cite this article:
Ardani Lea, Kovačič Andrej. ZOON POLITIKON IN THE AGE OF EXTREMISM: ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE SOCIO-POLITICAL HABITUS . Innovative Issues and Approaches in Social Sciences, vol.14:167-184,

Digital Object Identifier(DOI): https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4935632
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