On “Enlightened Monarchy”

In the revolutionary ages of the past, there are those who, inspired by enlightenment ideals, espoused the hypothetical “ideal” scenario of the benevolent, enlightened philosopher-king who could make radical changes with absolute power unhindered by compromising factional sectarianism and expedited by a culturally ingrained judicious reverence for authority.  In this frictionless legislative and executive arena, […]

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