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Lesson 3: Approaches of political theory part 2
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This lesson will cover remaining approaches of political theory

Navneet Kaur
Educator since August 2017, M.phil(CS) from LPU, Jalandhar, M.sc(CS)from GNDU, Amritsar, University merit scholar, Top Educator 2017.

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Cse Aspirant
2 years ago
I HAVE A DOUBT..THE WORLD TALLEST GOPURAM IS FOR MEENAKSHI TEMPLE OR RANGANATHA SWAMI TEMPLE?...
Ranganath Swamy Temple in my opinion
Cse Aspirant
2 years ago
OK THANKS
Maam who are the exponents of Legal Constitutional approach and what are the limitation of it. Also some views on this appr. by thinkers?
RS
Mam is it beneficial writing the same answers as you given or I must refer to the other sources also
Normative approach prescriptive and empirical approach descriptive kaise hui ji ? Kindly explain .
John Himani
2 years ago
Sahil, It is because in normative approach the political philosophies are prescribed, that this is the way how it should be, just like doctor prescribes medicines, in this approach political aspects are prescribed. While in empirical approach, it is descriptive as it describes what exactly the political scenario is, it does not go into the whether it is right or wrong, it simply describes it, hence it is descriptive. I hope I have made my point clear.
Law is text and politics is context . Kindly explain
John Himani
2 years ago
When we read law, it is simply the text written. for example any law under Indian constitution, take the case of criminal laws regarding theft or murder, when you read it it is nothing but a plain text, but when you develop a system for implimenting that law under your political system, it is in the context that if such crimes are made, then to discourage such acts and to punish the offenders, these are the punishments which should be given. So that the society can live in peace and harmony. So the later part is the entire context you see. and the law which is written is plain text.
Thanks ma'am for making course
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