ideology

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ideoloji

İki başkan adayı arasında özgeçmiş ve ideoloji bakımından çok bariz fark var. - There's a stark difference in background and ideology between the two presidential candidates.

Eğer bu ideoloji ırkçı, sömürgeci ve adaletsizse, o zaman söylenmesi gereken şey budur. Dobra dobra konuşmak zorundasın. - If this ideology is racist, colonialist, and unjust, then I think that's what it must be called. You have to call a spade a spade.

{i} düşünce tarzı
(Politika, Siyaset) mefkûre
düşünyapı
verimsiz düşünce
official ideology
resmi ideoloji
free from nazi ideology
nazi ideolojisinden uzak kıl
free from nazi ideology
nazi ideolojisinden uzak kıl(mak)
ideologically
ideolojik olarak
ideologist
kuramcı
ideologist
{i} ideolog
İngilizce - İngilizce
The study of the origin and nature of ideas
Doctrine, philosophy, body of beliefs or principles belonging to an individual or group
The integrated body of beliefs and thinking of a society, group, or individual; belief system Ideology can serve to explain and/or change how things are Some political ideologies are communism, conservatism, anarchism, and liberalism
Genus: A set of beliefs Differentia: Describes perfection or a worthy aim
[n] The consciously shared ideas and beliefs that members of a society have about themselves and the world around them
system of beliefs
imaginary or visionary theorization
A theory of the origin of ideas which derives them exclusively from sensation
{i} study of the origin and nature of ideas (Philosophy); doctrine, philosophy, body of beliefs or principles belonging to an individual or group
Tasnakta Tawsengimt
Culture directed by power; i e , the culture favored and manufactured by society's dominant coalition
A system of beliefs and values that explains society and prescribes the role of government
The discursive process whereby meaning is produced that affects relations of power
The principle ideas that characterize or form a group or theory Adorno's essay addressed many ideologies, one being that of the controlling bourgeoisie class Their ideologies were their initial and motivating beliefs that controlled their actions and goals The ideology of the artist was also apparent in the essay but denied in reality, overcome by the power of the structure Ideology can prove to be highly influential and powerful but can also be miniscule in effect and action Adorno uses the term to show all sides of the argument on the culture industry's control, hence providing the reader with the understanding that this term merely addresses a state of mind or being when used in a formal essay
An ideology is a set of beliefs, especially the political beliefs on which people, parties, or countries base their actions. capitalist ideology. W3 ideologies a set of beliefs on which a political or economic system is based, or which strongly influence the way people behave. Form of social or political philosophy in which practical elements are as prominent as theoretical ones. The term was coined in 1796 by the French writer Antoine-Louis-Claude, Comte Destutt de Tracy (b. 1754 d. 1836), as a label for his "science of ideas." Certain characteristics of his thought proved generally true of ideologies, including a more or less comprehensive theory of society, a political program, anticipation of a struggle to implement that program (thus requiring committed followers), and intellectual leadership. Destutt de Tracy's ideas were adopted by the French Revolutionary government in building its version of a democratic, rational, and scientific society (see Directory). Napoleon first gave the term a negative connotation with his scorn for what he called idéologues. Ideology is often contrasted unfavourably with pragmatism. The significance of ideology follows from the fact that power is rarely exercised without some ideas or beliefs that justify support
Literally the study of ideas, the collective knowledge, understandings, opinions, values, preconceptions, experiences and/or memories that informs a culture and its individual people Ideology is often aligned with political beliefs, but is much broader than that, relating to any social or cultural beliefs, and these beliefs are revealed in literary or other texts In a text, certain ideas or values will be dominant, while others will be necessarily marginalized For instance, on its most basic level, The Three Little Pigs reveals an ideology that values a strong home and good work ethic that lead to a stable existence, and the pigs can be read against this ideology
       A set of political attitudes and beliefs about the role of government, power and the role of the individual in society
The science of ideas
The combined doctrines, assertions, and intentions of a social or political group that justify its behavior
A body of ideas that reflects the beliefs and interests of a group, society, nation, political system, etc , and underlies political action
a comprehensive set of political, economic, and social views or ideas, particularly concerned with the form and role of government
A set of expectations, assumptions, beliefs, values and prescriptions for the organization of society
It is the conscious or unconscious beliefs, habits, and social practices of a particular society These often seem true, correct, and universal to members of that society, when in fact they are relative and specific to the society Ideology pervades every aspect of our lives from our table manners to our politics; it is reflected in the kinds of clothes we wear just as much as in our religious and educational practices We are most likely to become conscious of our own ideology when we visit or study a foreign culture whose lifestyles and customs are radically different from our own Ideologies are continually in conflict within any society; at any given point, however, certain ones are always dominant
According to cultural studies, mental frameworks that different classes and social groups deploy in order to make sense of, define, figure out, and render intelligible the way society works
A system of normative beliefs shared by members of some social group or society
If you examine the parts of this word, it literally means the science or study of ideals, just as biology means the science or study of life "Ideology," however, carries several connotations However, we are going to focus on the social definition: "any set of opinions, beliefs, attitudes (for example, the 'world view' of a social group or class) " It's important to remember that ideologies change, and they are not held by everyone Additionally, ideologies can be expressed in several ways in literature for the young
A relatively coherent system of values, beliefs, or ideas shared by some social group and often taken for granted as natural or inherently true
an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation
System of beliefs in which one or more organizing principles connect the individual's views on a wide range of issues
(1) Any philosophical doctrine dealing principally with problems of society's political and economic organization (2) In the Marxian usage of the term, a false doctrine that precisely on account of its falsity serves the interests of the class that developed it Only in a classless society will men be able to develop truth free from ideological distortions But the doctrines of Marx, Engels and other "proletarian" authors already anticipate, in the age of disintegrating "mature" capitalism, the perfect truth character of the science of the future (3) The name of a French school of philosophy whose most eminent representatives were Pierre Jean George Cabanis (1757-1808) and Destutt de Tracy (1754-1836) HA 648; OG 101-02, 119-120, 144-145; UF 81-82, 130; also PLG 68
system of beliefs, set of ideas, as in communist ideology
ideologically
In an ideological manner; with respect to ideology
Zionist ideology
belief that the Jewish people should have their own homeland
ideologically
conceptually, speculatively, theoretically; in accordance with a certain body of beliefs or principles
ideologically
with respect to ideology; "ideologically, we do not see eye to eye
ideologically
with respect to ideology; "ideologically, we do not see eye to eye"
ideologies
plural of ideology
ideologist
One who treats of ideas; one who theorizes or idealizes; one versed in the science of ideas, or who advocates the doctrines of ideology
ideologist
{i} student of ideology (Philosophy); visionary, one who speculates or theorizes; one who adheres to a certain body of beliefs or principles
ideologist
An ideologist is someone who develops or supports a particular ideology
ideologist
an advocate of some ideology
ideologist
One who theorizes or idealizes; one who advocates the doctrines of ideology
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