LRO 361: “Politics: From Science to Religion?”

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LRO 361
9th November 2022

 




Politics: From Science to Religion?
Isolda Alvarez | Miami, FL, U.S.A.

Science and religion are different domains. Science invokes reason and aims for a universal knowledge that can be applied to various fields. The imperative to universalize matters less than the deployment of reason. Politics was first established as a science. The Greeks used to refer to politics as the “Master Science” because “politics determines the environment within which every person will organize his life. No one can escape from the parameters set by politics […] Politics is the control room of all human activities.”[1]… [Read full article]

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