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The Upgraded Democracy Adjusted for the 21st Century

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DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2019.92015    191 Downloads   351 Views
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The author examines how does Democracy, the leading form of government in the world, fit itself to the tremendous changes occurred in the world toward the 21st Century. Technology causes many changes that frequently occur before people and their organizations are able and competent to digest them. The author suggests some techniques and models for assisting nations to carry out the initiative of revising and enhancing their running systems. The article uses for the analysis of a two-aspect technique, constructed of Philosophical and Psychological methods for promoting understanding. Thus, the Philosophical aspect represents the Brain—the Rational way of thinking while the Psychological approach represents the inner-self feelings—the Emotional tactic toward actual occurrences. By using these two complimentary approaches, the picture accepted and the knowledge accumulated are much more completed and relevant.

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Avny, A. (2019) The Upgraded Democracy Adjusted for the 21st Century. Open Journal of Philosophy, 9, 223-235. doi: 10.4236/ojpp.2019.92015.

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