How does political philosophy identify the good regime

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Christina Zinkel Political philosophy identifies the good regime as the combination of certain characteristics, being that these characteristics are fitting for the region at hand and are implementing the necessary regulations of such. There are many methods that may apply to regions in similar ways however no two places are the same and such the same ways may not always result in the same things. However, there are certainly ways that are better than others as well. The good regime must therefore decide on the needs at hand and address them, and those who accomplish this task well are those who are allotted the title of good regime. The good regime is not specified as the best regime or the best possible, but one may assume the former to be the ideal case of this. The best regime being the ideal despite any of the factors involved. The local allowance for certain aspects may not be ideal for the best regime however. Therefore, the best possible regime is what governments should strive for. The achievement of which results in a vast array of qualities which may not ever be specified and simplified for the masses, the best possible regime is thus hardly ideal so the good regime is only an overview of what may be hoped. Limits are the hardest part of trying to create the ideal regime. Most overshoot their actual capabilities in hopes of achieving the best. However, certain limits must be recognized because overuse and overwork may result in the opposite types of regime than desired. Though in most cases regimes are more catered to the desires of those creating it so overwork or overuse may not seem to be as apparent as other regimes would think. However this may leave the regime in an overall lesser state while trying to obtain the good regime, hardly ever is the ideal achieved so recognizing what may be done should be the main priority. Regimes must be limited with the correct balances or else reform might take place. Reformation is just as hard as foundation therefore placing the correct boundaries is the easiest solution to much hardship. Though most might think that establishing a regime would be easier than modifying, there are certainly perks as well as risks. The establishment in place may not leave room for change or the
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constituents may be opposed to any variation which may be harder to overcome than having most behind their leaders in establishing order in their lives. Though ideas for a regime may be harder to come up with, change is the hardest to implement. When categorizing types of regimes it is important to also acknowledge the differences. No two democracies are the same and the differences should be the points observed for improvement. As regimes change various characteristics with time, the identification of certain types of government best suited for the regime change with time since more types become available with the strengths of the ideas more firmly in place. Those who group certain forms together are those who should not be involved in their
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