Politics : Making common decision for a large group of people through the exercise of power by some members of the group over other members.
Political Science : to intellectual strugle in order to understant social events.
Political science : is a social science concerned with the theory and practice of politics and the description and analysis of political systems and political behavior.
Authority : is the right to use power.
Decision makers : they have to right to make decision.
Power : The ability of one person to cause another to do what he or she wants them to do.
( Without power you cannot empose your idea to others people.)
Ways of using power :
Construction of incentives ; when we maket he alternative so unattractive
that only one reasonable option remains.
Coercion ; when we force a person to do something he or she did not want
Persuasion ; when we convince someone that is what she or he really
wishes to do.
Kind of power :
Manifest power ; based on an observable action by someone that cause
other person to do what someone wants.
Implicint power ; it is not an observable power.
What is state.? State is the political organization under a legal system in a particular territory which is independent sovereignty. (hegemony)
According to some thinkers “Emergence of state “
Thomas HOBBES : Human is evil, selfish and warlike creatures, no one trust eachother. Also they were dominated by fear. They were chaos, anarchy and they were no peace, no order so everywhere was bloodshed. They did realize that situation. They have reason, people came together and chose one person to maintain peace and stop the bloodshed. (They had reason and they gathered and begin discussion and they chosen one person) He was given all rights. According to T. Hobbes, it is absolute monarchy. “Even the WORST STATE was better than NO STATE”.... [continues]
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