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Title: Democracy and cultural rights in the European Union
Authors: Ratulea, Gabriela
Keywords: Democracy -- European Union countries
Equality -- European Union countries
Social integration -- European Union countries
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: University of Piraeus. International Strategic Management Association
Citation: Ratulea, G. (2010). Democracy and cultural rights in the European Union. European Research Studies Journal, 13(2), 187-191.
Abstract: In Antiquity the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, sustained that the purpose of the State is to be, within the possibilities, a society of equal human beings. Our days the democracy answers the need of different components of the society to express themselves in the means of respect towards equality. Democratic practices cannot be conceived outside the nation. The problem is if there exists the possibility for it to function on the supranational level. The reflections with respect to the multiculturalism and the new conceptions which is elaborated starting from the European construction, make actual the connection between nation and democracy.
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