Regarding Political Science, I'd like to write that I hold the line of being realistic to the actual political conditions, i.e., some "political realist" (if such exists). But I also hold these lines, the way to the ideals, that is, I like to suggest possible solutions to the ideals out of the realist "swamp" of politics today AND I also like to write on what can represent possible ideals in an ideal world, i.e., Utopia. Therefore, my approach to Political Science is three-fold as herein explained. I also like to make you aware of Maajid Nawaz, MSc in Political Science (by his TedTalks lecture, a man to follow).
I've formerly written about the D. Democracy of Norway, i.e., d for deficient, and also, prior to this, laid down a judgment of "Fundamental Defeat" for trying to wage a minimal or ascending standards of the Norwegian legal domain. This has failed "catastrophically", yielding no chance for such a thing to happen. Quite the opposite, Norwegian "powers" or people of legal practice actually insist on corruption to happen, a shock that I haven't yet recovered from! This is the Realist affirmation of the legal system (of Norway)! The way forward is the practical approach and the end, our target, is the Idealism, the work for a better World, but one rather that has the status of Utopia. I am pessimistic about Utopia to occur in my life-time, but I refuse to hold anything but the best views of everything! Anything else is a professional flaw and shouldn't really take place in any-ones life! Therefore, description is of course key because it provides an analysis for removing "the corrupt, the unprofessional"! Good?
Additionally then, even though the laws of Norway ("Norges Lover", www.lovdata.no) are interpreted more loosely than before, officially, they still represent power, but on a slightly different note. Now the laws may be interpreted in manners of "behaviour, character, shame, retribution (by Police or not) and various other ways"! So despite the "D. Democracy", laws are still fairly "powerful" (even in Norway)! To disregard them is to be blind in the legal sense, but there is obviously a "play" going on in the Norwegian society where the laws are just a part of the expression of all the power combined "wherever the people end up" (naively or not, by black comedy/tragedy or not), an incredible (and stupid) test of character of kind, at least in their deluded heads as if the mere test of life wouldn't be enough for those who are without the expressed blood-lust! Good further?
From my former Facebook writings some time ago, just for keeping a line of recorded judgments alive.