Social beliefs are the beliefs by which groups in a community identify themselves. Those dissatisfied with the authority may form campaigns to promote their ideas. Members of these campaigns are called activists.

Of course, the interesting question is how people decide between these principles. Social beliefs are sets of ideals and worldviews: They are coherent from inside, they appear to be true once they are accepted, and they seem to be wrong once they are dismissed. Most philosophers who have tried to face the metaphilosophical question of deciding between worldviews - Friedrich Nietzsche, the late Ludwig Wittgenstein and Martin Heidegger - have ended up being unable to choose. 

Types of social campaigns[edit | edit source]

The social beliefs are many and varied, most of them organized into groups and advocate their beliefs.

Anarchism[edit | edit source]

Anarchism Wants to be free from the authorities and implies that individuals can rule themselves.

Fascism[edit | edit source]

Wants to be the highest authority with as much power, territory and control as possible

Feminism[edit | edit source]

Feminism wants to reinforce equality. 

Green/Environmentalism[edit | edit source]

wants to protect nature (Earth's ecosystems and environments), often from the detrimental effects of human activity.

Liberalism[edit | edit source]

Wants individual freedom of lifestyle and cognition

NeoLiberal[edit | edit source]

Wants freedom from the society while living in the society, unrealistic goals. Wants to destroy tradition and culture.

Conservatives[edit | edit source]

Wants smaller government which allows "free market" and doesn't intrude in business operations

NeoConservative[edit | edit source]

Wants complete government deregulation, so that Multinational Corporations can achieve Monopoly.

Nationalism[edit | edit source]

Appeals to and reinforces the national Pride, often at the cost of waging wars.

Socialism[edit | edit source]

Government or collective ownership of property, and equality of status in society

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