quote:Originally posted by Nmaginate:
So, basically, people are allowed to completely, purposely and repeatedly desecrate and violate everything that's sacred to one group without reproach... So what's suppose to come out of that process [of controversial publication and then stern censure]? There is NO RESOLUTION in that. Does Democracy = Problems/Conflicts WITHOUT Resolution?[/LIST]Like the saying about Western Religion and it's compartmentalized worldview.... STRANGE DEMOCRACY!
Yes, democracy means problems and conflicts without an ultimate resolution. This does mean that some situations might reach an amicable conclusion, but as soon as one problem is solved, many more would arise. I do not believe that democracy is a state of affairs. It is a process, dynamic, dialogical, agonistic, and messy. Does that answer your question?