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value-system and society
A society's cultural value-system was in the typical case never completely integrated, never static and most of the time, like in the case of the American society in a complex state of transformation relative to its historical point of departure.
The first kind of materialism, and the one in reference to which the word post-materialism is used most often, refers to materialism as a value-system relating to the desire for fulfillment of material needs ( such as security, sustenance and shelter ) and an emphasis on material luxuries in a consumerist society.

value-system and is
Broch called kitsch " the evil within the value-system of art "— that is, if true art is " good ", kitsch is " evil ".
The idea that one value-system is no more worthy than the next, although it may not be directly ascribed to Nietzsche, has become a common premise in modern social science.
* Marx's own value theory is not a theory of all value, but only of the value-system involved in commodity production and commodity trade.

value-system and more
The post-material orientations acquired by each cohort during socialisation have been observed to remain remarkably steady over the time-frame of multiple decades, being a more stable value-system in contrast to the more volatile political and social attitudes.

value-system and .
Researchers like Timothy Leary felt psychedelics could alter the fundamental personality structure or subjective value-system of an individual, to beneficial effect.

community and society
Of all forms of being, society, or community, has the greatest element of determinability.
This is the stage at which democratic developments must take place if the society is to become an open community of creative people.
In addition to the functions of religion within man, there have always been the outer social functions for the community and society.
While we, as American artists, believe deeply in the universal character of all intellectual activity, we would be less than honest with you, or ourselves, if we failed to state a specific attitude toward our own society as well as the international community as a whole.
Though anarcho-capitalists are known for asserting a right to private ( individualized or joint non-public ) property, some propose that non-state public or community property can also exist in an anarcho-capitalist society.
* The agricultural community, with its fellowship of labor and cooperation is the model society.
Moreover, Carnegie urged other wealthy people to contributed to society in the form of parks, works of art, libraries and other endeavors that improved the community, and contributed to the “ lasting good ” Carnegie also held a strong opinion against inherited wealth.
A community is a group or society, helping each other.
The word " community " is derived from the Old French communité which is derived from the Latin communitas ( cum, " with / together " + munus, " gift "), a broad term for fellowship or organized society.
German sociologist Ferdinand Tönnies distinguished between two types of human association: Gemeinschaft ( usually translated as " community ") and Gesellschaft (" society " or " association ").
The degree to which the norms of a particular society or community are adopted determines one's willingness to engage with others.
Collectivists usually focus on community, society, or nation.
" Mischief in the land " has been interpreted universally to refer to one who upsets the stability of the entire nation or community, in that his actions seriously damage the society, either through corruption, war or otherwise.
Cabals are sometimes secret societies composed of a few designing persons, and at other times are manifestations of emergent behavior in society or governance on the part of a community of persons who have well established public affiliation or kinship.
Jean-Luc Nancy argues in his 1982 book The Inoperative Community for an understanding of community and society that is undeconstructable because it is prior to conceptualisation.
17 ) Dewey felt that as education is a social construct, it is therefore a part of society and should reflect the community.
It supports criminalization of strikes by employees and lockouts by employers because it deems these acts as prejudicial and detrimental to the national community and therefore to society as an entirety.
The stated mission of the college is " to glorify God by educating and ministering to a diverse community of students for the purpose of developing servant-leaders, transforming society for the kingdom of Christ.
The German community proved more willing to integrate into Haitian society than any other group of white foreigners, including the French.
When the term was introduced to wider society by the mainstream media in 1983, even those in the computer community referred to computer intrusion as " hacking ", although not as the exclusive use of that word.
* Provide independent, authoritative advice to stimulate constructive dialogue between the scientific community and governments, civil society, and the private sector.
They argue that an individual sacrificing themselves for the " greater good " or being ruled by the " community " or " society " is not possible because society is composed of individuals rather than being a cohesive unit separate from the individual, and argue that collective control over the individual is tyrannical and un-anarchistic.
Kant argued for the establishment of a peaceful world community, not in a sense of a global government, but in the hope that each state would declare itself a free state that respects its citizens and welcomes foreign visitors as fellow rational beings, thus promoting peaceful society worldwide.

community and is
Who will say that our country is even now a homogeneous community??
We consider a rural community as an assemblage of inhabited dwellings whose configuration is determined by the location and size of the arable land sites necessary for family subsistence.
Thus in both types attention is focused on the community itself, and its phenomenological life.
This, however, cannot be done by a community whose very experience of truth is confused and incoherent: it has no absolute standard, and consequently cannot distinguish the absolute from the contingent.
In this domain the simple fact of coexistence in the same local, national, and world community is enough to guarantee that we cannot refrain from having some effect, large or small, upon Gentile-Jewish relations.
Within this frame of reference policies appropriate to claims advanced in the name of the Jews depend upon which Jewish identity is involved, as well as upon the nature of the claim, the characteristics of the claimant, the justifications proposed, and the predispositions of the community decision makers who are called upon to act.
When decision makers act within this frame they determine whether a claim put forward in the name of religion is to be accepted by the larger community as appropriate to religion.
Community decision makers must make up their minds whether a claim is acceptable to the larger community in terms of prevailing expectations regarding members of nation states.
It is not implied that formal principles and procedures are so firmly entrenched within the public order of the world community or even of free commonwealths that they will control in all circumstances involving Jews and Gentiles during coming years.
When we consider the disorganized state of the world community, and the legacy of predispositions adversely directed against all who are identified as Jews, it is obvious that the struggle for the minds and muscles of men needs to be prosecuted with increasing vigor and skill.
His Ethics defines `` possessions as the property of the community, of which the individual is sovereign steward.
While it is hazardous to project the trend of history, it seems clear that a genuine community is painfully emerging in the Western world, particularly among the countries of Western Europe.
If a broader Atlantic community is to be formed -- and my own judgment is that it lies within the realm of both our needs and our capacity -- a ready nucleus of machinery is at hand in the NATO alliance.
The time is now ripe, indeed overdue, for the vigorous development of its non-military potentialities, for its development as an instrument of Atlantic community.
The existence of a community is a state of mind -- a conviction that goals and values are widely shared, that effective communication is possible, that mutual trust is reasonably assured.
Underlying these hopes and prescriptions is a conviction that the nations of the North Atlantic area do indeed form a community, at least a potential community.
That time is now past and the Atlantic nations, if they are to survive, must develop a full-fledged community, and they must also look beyond the frontiers of `` Western civilization '' toward a world-wide `` concert of free nations ''.
It is very much a matter of building the foundations of community.
The trouble with this machinery is that it is not used and the reason that it is not used is the absence of a conscious sense of community among the free nations.

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