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The believe-systems of ideologies are often very rigid.
 
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==Free Ideology==
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A Free Ideology would be an ideology that could be based on the principles of freedom, such as the the ones of [[Free Software]] and [[Free Culture]]
  
 
==Related==
 
==Related==

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An example of a Free Ideology is Sharism.


Ideologies

Ideologies often have very basic concepts. They are very much related to religions. They start with an underlying understanding of human nature. From there most ideologies also create a state of being how things used to be, how things currently are and what should be done to move towards the ideal state of being.

The believe-systems of ideologies are often very rigid.

Free Ideology

A Free Ideology would be an ideology that could be based on the principles of freedom, such as the the ones of Free Software and Free Culture

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Free Ideas

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