Definitions for "Ideology"
The science of ideas.
A theory of the origin of ideas which derives them exclusively from sensation.
A set or system of theories and beliefs held by an individual or group, especially about sociopolitical goals and methods to attain them; in common usage, ideology is such a set of beliefs so strongly held by their adherents as to cause them to ignore evidence against such beliefs, and thus fall into error -- in this sense it is viewed as a negative trait; contrasted to pragmatism, and distinct from idealism.
an inescapable construct of decision-making in an uncertain world
a sort of fanatasy world which goes around trying to prove some false premise by acting consistent with it
a system of false consciousness in which you no longer function as the subject in your relation to the world
An analytical approach that attempts to unmask thee stated or unstated social and personal values that inform a movie or group of movies.
an overarching system that attempts to unify all experience
a prominent, more or less explicitly stated system of values which is constantly being defended and/or attacked
imaginary or visionary theorization
a structured philosophy against which all actions and events are judged
a hindrance to direct action
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