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The Modern State

The Modern State & its Elements
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Salvador Martinez

on 13 August 2011

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The Modern State What is a State?? It is the Political Organization of a Country. Territory
Population
Government Therefore, a State is the
Power Structure that stands
in a given territory
with a specific population. Take into consideration that... The Modern State is a Western concept.
Asian and African countries have other valid elements not mentioned here.
The term "Modern" refers to the "newest/contemporary" structure. TECHNOLOGY HUMAN RIGHTS TOLERANCE GLOBALIZATION NEOLIBERALISM SECULARISM DEMOCRACY The 7 Elements of the Modern State are: (greek ... "Demos" - people, "kratos" - power)
It is a government system, where
the power lies in the citizens (people). It is the Separation of
the State and Religion. Is an economic ideology characterized by the limited intervention of the state in matter of law and trade regulations.
It is a modern version of classical liberalism. Is the Integration and Interdependence of economic, political, trade, technological, environmental, social and cultural aspects between countries around the world. Acceptance of diversity (social, ethnic, cultural, religious, of opinion, etc.).
Capacity of listening and accepting other ways to understand life. Are the Natural and Inalienable Rights of every human being, regardless of the race, nationality, sex, origin, religion, language, or any other condition. Scientific and technological
advances which help to
the development of societies. BIBLIOGRAPHY Bobbio, Norberto. La teoría de las formas de gobierno en la historia del pensamiento político. México, FCE, 1997
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Strayer, Joseph Reese, Sobre los orígenes medievales del Estado Moderno. Barcelona: Ariel, 1981.
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