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Democracy, Freedom, Human Rights, and Populism: Ethical Consideration

Antonius Widhi Pramudianto, Undergraduate Student of Faculty of Philosophy, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya, IndonesiaDemocracy, in its broadest sense of meaning, is a system of governance based on the people’s decision. Democracy has always been a part of the world history: from the ancient Greek and Rome until nowadays, it has obtained many forms, sophistication, advancement, but have also been facing challenges and drawbacks. The dynamics of this system throughout the course of…See More
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Democracy, Freedom, Human Rights, and Populism: Ethical Consideration

Antonius Widhi Pramudianto, Undergraduate Student of Faculty of Philosophy, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya, IndonesiaDemocracy, in its broadest sense of meaning, is a system of governance based on the people’s decision. Democracy has always been a part of the world history: from the ancient Greek and Rome until nowadays, it has obtained many forms, sophistication, advancement, but have also been facing challenges and drawbacks. The dynamics of this system throughout the course of…See More
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Democracy, Freedom, Human Rights, and Populism: Ethical Consideration

Antonius Widhi Pramudianto, Undergraduate Student of Faculty of Philosophy, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya, IndonesiaDemocracy, in its broadest sense of meaning, is a system of governance based on the people’s decision. Democracy has always been a part of the world history: from the ancient Greek and Rome until nowadays, it has obtained many forms, sophistication, advancement, but have also been facing challenges and drawbacks. The dynamics of this system throughout the course of…See More
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Democracy, Freedom, Human Rights, and Populism: Ethical Consideration

Antonius Widhi Pramudianto, Undergraduate Student of Faculty of Philosophy, Widya Mandala Catholic University Surabaya, IndonesiaDemocracy, in its broadest sense of meaning, is a system of governance based on the people’s decision. Democracy has always been a part of the world history: from the ancient Greek and Rome until nowadays, it has obtained many forms, sophistication, advancement, but have also been facing challenges and drawbacks. The dynamics of this system throughout the course of…See More
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Democracy, Freedom, Human Rights, and Populism: Ethical Consideration

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Democracy, in its broadest sense of meaning, is a system of governance based on the people’s decision. Democracy has always been a part of the world history: from the ancient Greek and Rome until nowadays, it has obtained many forms, sophistication, advancement, but have also been facing challenges and drawbacks. The dynamics of this system throughout the… Continue

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