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  1. Friedrich Nietzsche himself wrote about this. In society, there will always be those who want to rule over the rest, not to be part of the crowd, but to be above it (the concept of “superman”), and this is how power is formed in the country.

    Most likely, power is an acute social phenomenon, because many people are happy to be commanded by someone, they simply follow commands and live without thinking. But there are also interested individuals, for whom the parties were invented as an apparatus for the expression of the will of citizens.

    If there were no state apparatus, there would be no state administration. There would be no stable regular army, no free police, and no regulation of the economy to fight monopolies and crises, which would lead to growing inequality.

    In a war of 2 states, one of which does not have centralized power, the winner is, of course, the country with systematized and centralized power.

    P.S. this is my completely subjective opinion, so I don't pretend to be right

  2. Power is a characteristic of social relations between individuals and groups, a form of social subordination. In human society, power/subordination relations and the very structure of social mechanisms of power originate in the hierarchical system of the herd of monkeys living in the savanna. With ants, things would be very different.

    The structures of adolescent groups, criminal structures (especially those that have recently been formed), and spontaneous self – organization of any groups of people at the moment after the collapse of the state are as close as possible to the” natural ” hierarchical system of power as personal dominance.

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