How did Plato's opinion of democracy differ from Socrates opinion?
plato smells really bad and is old and socrates was the man so he obviously was right..
How does direct democracy differ from reprecentative democracy
twas a direct democracy
please i need the answer very soon=(
i have no clue
Rome never had a democracy.
To differ in opinion means to have a different opinion or viewpoint from that of another person. It means to have a different perspective on a particular topic.
Plato believed that women had a right, while in the point of view of Greek, they had little to no rights.
Your question calls for an opinion, not a fact and opinions differ. Read the play "Julius Caesar" and form your own opinion. Your question calls for an opinion, not a fact and opinions differ. Read the play "Julius Caesar" and form your own opinion. Your question calls for an opinion, not a fact and opinions differ. Read the play "Julius Caesar" and form your own opinion. Your question calls for an opinion, not a fact… Read More
The Athenians didn't allow Children or Women Vote.
This is a matter of opinion rather than law. My opinion is that: As items of clothing differ by gender it is not sexist for dress codes to differ by gender.
Novanet--> All male Greek citizens participated in the government.
My opinion will differ significantly.
When is written "he is sitting", it can be true or false. It depends on when it is examined. Consequently, any statement can be either opinion or fact. This is based on Aristotle's confusion of substance with quality (the preceeding 5 keywords can be used for searching of the internet). Anything written is quality of something instead of substance of something. We do not examine what is the concerned of paper but what is the… Read More
the Parliamentary system is a democracy. The members are elected by the people to act in the interests of the people
A oligarchy is ruled by a religious leader, but in a representative democracy leaders are chosen by the people.
In a monarchy, only one person makes the laws and has the power. In a democracy, the people have the power and vote for the laws.
The fundamental distinction between Ancient Athenian democracy and US democracy is that the Ancient Athenians had a direct democracy in which all persons entitled to vote would vote on all issues and the US has an indirect democracy in which all persons entitled to vote will vote for representatives who will then vote on all issues. However, there are other differences. Ancient Athenian democracy was limited in several ways. The first were limits on suffrage… Read More
Yes. Then a third opinion would be asked.
Athens were a Direct Democracy but Americans were a Representative Democracy. Adult athen men were allowed to vote but US citizens male and female age 18 and over were allowed to vote.
Athens had direct democracy - the citizens in fortnightly assembly made the decisions and the Council implemented them. The US has representative democracy where people are elected by the citizens to Congress, and the congressmen do what they can get away with, not implement the wishes of the citizens.
The dissent uses the majority opinion as evidence.
each one has his own opinion and they were differ
The Greek expression 'philosophy' means 'love of wisdom'. Not exactly a difference, is it.
Occasionally, a Supreme Court judge's views will differ from the majority opinion.
all male greek citizens participated in the government
The Empire was virtually a dictatorship and the republic was a democracy
all male greek citezens particapated in government
the united states is a representative democracy
who is the first president
opinion but jennie finch does hold pitching world recored but opinion so may differ
Anthem blue cross does not infact differ that much from Horizon Blue Cross, or atleast in my opinion.
The top 3 players differ by opinion, but from my opinion they are: 1. Oscar Cardozo 2. Salvador Cabanas 3. Lucas Barrios But these are only my opinion :)
Answers to this question will differ because of opinion; to each their own. Read both and then you can form an opinion on the case.
A representative democracy differs from an oligarchy because people elect the small group in power. Almost anyone can run for office. Government positions are open to many people.
The definition of a dictator is one who rules with total power; typically, this power is obtained by force. In a democracy, the people of the country vote for what they want instead of being told everything by a dictator.
This question calls for an opinion and opinions differ. Do not remove answers simply because you disagree with them. Joe mcelderry
Ophelia: "O, what a noble mind is here o'erthrown!" Claudius: "Madness? His thoughts do not that way tend!"
South Korea is a modern democracy and North Korea is a communist dictatorship.
In ancient Greece they practiced a true Democracy. That is when every citizen is part of the government. The US has a Democracy mixed with a Republic and that's why we elect officials no make all the rules.
First, Greek democracy was a direct democracy, all men who owned land had a position in government, where as in the United States we have a representative democracy. Second, In the US there are three branches of government: Executive- Presidency, Enforce laws Legislative- House/Senate (Bicameral), makes laws Judicial- Supreme court, serves justice
That is really your own opinion, other people's opinions will differ.
This question is kind of hard to answer considering its based on opinion but, no, I didn't think it was scary, your opinion might differ depending on your taste though! :)
It varied at different times and in different city-states from monarchy, oligarchy, tyranny, limited democracy and radical democracy, and then back again as each form failed and was replaced with another.
The Roman Republic was similar to an oligarchy rather than a democracy. The senate was comprised of the aristocracy and wealthy classes; it was very difficult for the lower classes to participate in politics. Greek democracy was very different, especially in Athens. The Athenians had a direct democracy, meaning the Athenian citizens could vote on bills and legislation.
The Athenian democracy was a direct democracy, meaning the people themselves voted on bills and legislation. The Roman Republic had a complex system that involved a constitution and a separation of power. The Roman Republic was also ran by the aristocracy and the common people had no control in the political system.
It is a matter of personal opinion. The answer will differ depending on who answers it. Everybody has their own opinions.
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The Answer to this Question would differ from person-to-person. Everybody would have a different opinion.
How does the participation of citizens differ under monarchy direct democracy and representative democracy?
Direct Democracy is established on the basis of voters, there are no representatives that "make" your vote in legislature. Votes depend on the outcome of voters and their decisions, not the decisions of representatives elected by the people. Direct democracy usually only works in smaller populations of people. Like in Switzerland, for instance, they're probably the best example of a direct democracy. In the United States we have a representative democracy, we elect officials to… Read More