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Political Problem: Natural or Conventional?

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In the following article we are going to discuss the phenomenon of political Problem (Or Problems). It is an attempt of philosophical and psychological interpretation of political thinking. Firstly there will be examined the concept of political thinking and its relation to the identity issue. The aim is to determine the core principles of these two concepts and the relations between them. We will try to show the psychological means of formation of political thinking linking them with the issue of identity crisis. Basically there will be discussed two dimensions of human mental activity: psychological and social. Another purpose is to define the interaction between concepts of identity and rights and factors which make this co-relation possible. We will also examine the two subcategories of the concept of rights- Natural and Conventional ones.

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http://journal.ibsu.edu.ge/index.php/ibsusj/article/view/58

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