1. Construct on the other hand clearly defines the ideology as equal to and in tandem with humanity, literally meaning ‘to build with.’ But how can an ideology be equal to humanity if it is not defined by an integral discovery about humanity itself? In that way, the ideology claims to comprehend the needs and structure of humanity en-tirely and is integral to seeing to those very needs. In most cases, such a society is a red herring in that it only pretends to take care of the needs of individuals. Examples of ideologies that at one point had accomplished such symbiosis between man and idea are Fascism, Communism, and Capitalism.