Made in Caracas and living in Longyearbyen... Established myself here just for one reason LOVE.... Like to take some photos, read some fantasy books and travel around with my husband to discover places, people and corners...
I Live, I Love and I Laugh... cause when I wake up every morning a rainbow fills the sky and I have the luck to wake up with the man I love and see his beautiful eyes and smile next to me.
Karl Popper presents democracy as an ideal of the humanity, based on the idea that democracy is a desirable political system while it does not create a cultural hegemony (Popper 1992).
On the other hand, Popper observes that democracy is still perceived etymologically, as the rule in the interest of the many, a power that is in the hands of the people, which is a terrible error because it is a deviation from the essence of democracy: an authentic democracy has as its goal to prevent the installation of a dictatorial regime, a regime where the individual would be deprived of it rights; therefore, the aim of democracy is to enforce the Rechtsstaat, a state where the Justice is the one that rules and no one is above the law.
If we were to consider the etymological sense of democracy, the rule for the benefit of the many, we can observe this would lead to a tyranny of the many over the few, not to democracy.