State and community equalitarian building on principles of positivism paradox factored into theories of human rights and individualism, continue to produce the inhumane treatment of society’s marginalized and ‘unfortunate’ individuals and groups. Autonomous mechanisms within applied social, political science, and risks associated with modernization patterns are structured to fit within the accepted parameters of how democratic institutions are defined and empowered. As such, principles on which the state functions, and which sustains the government, continues to invalidate or undermine the effectiveness of those institutions. Thus, encouraging popular discourse, ‘civil/human’ rights policies following this same universal rationale serves to only reproduce state-sponsored inequality and social stratification as just another tried and tested practice at which to be competent. As long as popular discourse is synonymous with ‘positivist’ ideological management and the concept of ‘risk society’ considerations, we shall remain unable to reconcile being a ‘good’ government of humane political and social practices.
Good government recognizing principles of positivism can never adhere to social and economic equality for all; inhumane treatment of the underdog, by the hegemony, must always result in class conflict constantly changing hands until one group is utterly incapable of regrouping; dog eat dog until only one is left standing.