What is a ruler called that has total power over a nation?
A dictator. An example of a dictator would be Adolf hitler.
During the 1930s, totalitarian governments gained power in Germany, Italy, and the Soviet Union. These governments exerted total control over a nation, using terror to suppress individual rights and silence all of there opposition. Adolf Hitler in Germany and Benito Mussolini in Italy ruled their totalitarian states with a philosophy called fascism. Fascism emphasizes the importance of the nation or an ethnic group and the supreme authority of a leader.
The terms are not exclusive, a ruler can be both totalitarian and authoritarian. As for Napoleon, he was undoubtedly authoritarian since authoritarianism concentrates all power with one person, which was true of French Empire under Napoleon. However, it is unclear whether Napoleon could be considered totalitarian since he lacked the infrastructure required to have complete and total control over all goings on in the French Empire.
There are several systems that fit this description. One is an absolute monarchy, where the king or queen rules and has the final say . (In some monarchies, the king or queen basically are symbolic and do not make the decisions any more, but in other monarchies, the monarch is still in charge.) Another system where one person has total control is a dictatorship, where the dictator can punish anyone who dissents. And some theocracies…
"Hobbes argued that to escape such a bleak lfe, people gave up their rights to a strong ruler. In exchange they gained law and order. Hobbes called this agreement, by which people created government, the social contract. Because people acted in their own self-interest, Hobbes said, the ruler neded total power to keep the citiznes under control." -Modern World History Patterns of Interaction page 171.
Yes, it is. Tyranny is a form of government characterized by an absolute dictator that exercise total power over their population. This type of government is severely oppressive and unjust as the ruler is not limited by a constitution or by the vote of the people and is free to do whatever they so choose.
Why is the total power equals the sum of the individual values of power in a series circuit or a parallel circuit is used?
Depends on which country either is in. Generally, Emperors are more powerful, because they have complete and total control over their subjects. As opposed to Kings, who in modern times, share their power with Prime Ministers, ect. But, a better answer could be given if you gave a - time period/specific nation -
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If total voltage and current are known then, Rt = Vt/It will figure total resistance. If total power and total voltage are known then Rt = Vt2/Pt will figure total resistance. If total power and total current are known then Rt = Pt/It2 will figure total resistance. If the total current or voltage and power of all the components in the circuit are known then add all the power values to get Pt, and then…
In ancient times, but it is equally true in all ages, a ruler who governs completely and also oppressively is properly described as a dictator or tyrant. While tyrants may differ from each other in particular ways (governmental and otherwise), all are similar in wielding total control of society and in making decisions based not on the good of the whole but by whim, irrationally, or simply for the sake of their own pleasure or…