politics

  1. social relations involving authority or power
  2. the study of government of states and other political units
  3. the profession devoted to governing and to political affairs
  4. the opinion you hold with respect to political questions

Politics

The means by which power is employed and contested to influence the nature and content of governmental activities. The sphere of the ‘political` includes the activities of those in government, but also the actions and competing interests of many other groups and individuals.
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politics

[n] - social relations involving authority or power 2. [n] - the opinion you hold with respect to political questions 3. [n] - the study of government of states and other political units 4. [n] - the profession devoted to governing and to political affairs
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Politics

the social institution that distributes power, sets a society's agenda and makes decisions
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politics

Ruling by the consent of the governed; an activity whereby solutions to social and economic problems are arrived at and different aspirations are met by the process of discussion and compromise...
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Politics

Pol'i·tics noun [ Confer French politique , Greek ... (sc....). See Politic .] 1. The science of government; that part of ethics which has to do with the regulation and government of a nation or state, the preservation of its safety, peace, and prosperity, the defense of its existe...
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politics

political science noun the study of government of states and other political units
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politics

noun the opinion you hold with respect to political questions
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Politics

• (n.) The management of a political party; the conduct and contests of parties with reference to political measures or the administration of public affairs; the advancement of candidates to office; in a bad sense, artful or dishonest management to secure the success of political candidates or parties; political trickery. • (n.) The scien...
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Politics

(from the article `Philip II`) ...spot. Suspicion fell on Olympias and Alexander, those with most to gain from Philip`s death, and many modern interpreters have followed it. ... Turning from the Ethics treatises to their sequel, the Politics, the reader is brought down to earth. `Man is a political animal,` Aristotle ... In...
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politics

politics 1. The art or science of government or governing, especially the governing of a political entity; such as, a nation, and the administration and control of its internal and external affairs. 2. The activities or affairs engaged in by a government, politician, or political party. Quotat...
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Politics

[journal] Macdonald had previously been editor at Partisan Review from 1937 to 1943, but after falling out with its publishers, quit to start politics as a rival publication, first on a monthly basis and then as a quarterly. politics published essays on politics and culture and included among its contributors James Agee, John Berryman, Brun...
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politics

A process of conflict resolution in which support is mobilized and maintained for collective action.
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Politics

(Gr. polis, city) The normative science which treats of the organization of social goods. The branch of civics concerned with government and state affairs. See Political Philosophy. -- J.K.F.
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politics

Ruling by the consent of the governed; an activity whereby solutions to social and economic problems are arrived at and different aspirations are met by the process of discussion and compromise rather than by the application of decree or force. A much misused term, it has been expounded by Bernard Crick in his classic book In Defence o...
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Politics

[poem] `Politics` is a poem by Irish poet William Butler Yeats written on May 24, 1938. It was composed during the time of the Spanish Civil War as well as during the pre-war period of Adolf Hitler`s Third Reich in Germany .The poem hints at the political situations of Rome (or Italy), Russia, and Spain, but ultimately discusses topics more...
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Politics

[Aristotle] Aristotle`s Politics (Greek: Πολιτικά; Latin: Politica or De Civitate) is a work of political philosophy. The end of the Nicomachean Ethics declared that the inquiry into ethics necessarily follows into politics, and the two works are frequently considered to be parts of a larger treatise, or perhaps connected lectures, ...
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Politics

Politics (from πολιτικός politikos, meaning `of, for, or relating to citizens`) is the practice and theory of influencing other people on a global, civic or individual level. More narrowly, it refers to achieving and exercising positions of governance — organized control over a human community, particularly a state. Furthermore, polit.....
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politics

The making and breaking of alliances in a free-for-all (whether made public or done in private).
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