All relatively stable reproducing social contexts are ambivalent (they stabilise in and as ambivalence). But/And there are different constellations and constructions (based on the [probably universal-natural] blueprint, or organicistically formulated: body plan, of ambivalence). For instance, the ambivalence-balance/equilibrium of the Roman Empire was in its ‚embodiment‘ different than the equilibrium of the European Middle Ages (or the Chinese realm, and others). And the modern synthesis (of technological rationalisation, abstract societal organisation and ideological balancing between different [effectivley co-constituting] ideology-groups) is a constellation of its own. Still working with the ambivalence and sufficiently balanced hypocrisy of every temporarily stabilised human social context.
Mit Tag(s) versehen: ambivalence, balancing of hypocrisy, constellations, equilibrium, functional balancing, human hypocrisy, human social contexts, ideological co-constitution, organicist concept, plurality of hypocrisy, social contexts, structural body plan, structures of equilibrium, systems theory, temporary stability