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What do we mean when we say that someone is "ideological"? How does having an ideology differ from simply having a particular set of moral or political views? Response from: Douglas
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What do we mean when we say that someone is "ideological"? How does having an ideology differ from simply having a particular set of moral or political views? Response from: Douglas Burnham 'Ideology' is used in a number of difference senses. However, whether within political philosophy, or philosophical sociology, 'ideology' is distinguishedWhat do we mean when we say that someone is "ideological"? How does having an ideology differ from simply having a particular set of moral or political views? Response from: Douglas Burnham 'Ideology' is used in a number of difference senses. However, whether within political philosophy, or philosophical sociology, 'ideology' is distinguished. . .

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