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in the case of crimes registered by videosurveillance systems), aging living individuals or juveniles represented in pedopornographic material.
The politician feeds off of the individuals fears and hopes in order to gain leverage over one party or another.
If enough individuals rally towards one side, then the politician easily moves forward with his/her agenda.
The historical texts of Plato’s, are interpretable as a warning to those living in democratic societies where personal freedoms are influenced by political power.
These classic texts are relatable to current trends in political discourse within the United States.
This is especially seen through the polarization of ideologies expressed by Democratic and Republican parties.
Modern society in relation to Platonic thought, uses a class structure to create hierarchies while also creating upward mobility for some. Tocqueville would argue that freedom is destined to fail when based upon aristocratic or specific class dominance but can’t stop a group with similar interest bound by wealth, influence, and strength to clandestinely assume an authoritative role within society. This should be obvious to most and questioned in a truly democratic society.Therefore, it needs a “noble lie” used to gain leverage over the hearts and minds of those being unknowingly misinformed. This lie can be in the form of fear, anxiety, or nationalism most notably felt in the events of modern times post-9/11.
Such developments are discussed in a sectorial manner, distinguishing the role of research in the areas of forensic anthropology which deal with human remains and those that deal with the living.This agenda rarely benefits the individual but gives them a feeling of accomplishment, believing that their voice has been heard.The more Americans rely on state administration, political affiliation, social conformity, and consumer technology to make mundane decisions for them, the more agency is sacrificed.For example, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg imposed a ban on unhealthy food and drink under the guise of concern for the well being of citizens.The more accurate reason for such a ban is to alleviate strain on health related welfare systems and insurance premiums.Finally, the relatively new role of the forensic anthropologist in the domain of identification of the living is described, although this area is still underrepresented as regards research activity: these studies concern the strive to devise methods for identifying faces (e.g.