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Neo-Conservatives are principally concerned with the fear of social fragmentation, tough on law and order and public morality.

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Neo-Conservative (Conservatism)

Pragmatism is arguably the most distinct feature of conservatism. Pragmatism involves a flexible approach to society with decisions made on the basis of what works.

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Pragmatism (Conservatism)

The conservative perspective upon society stems from their support of evolutionary change. They view society as an organism that emerges and evolves gradually over time in order to meet the...

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Organic Society / State (Conservatism)

Conservatives claim that those born of a high social status have a duty or responsibility to help those less fortunate within society. This is known by the French term noblesse...

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Noblesse Oblige (Conservatism)

The one-nation school of Conservative thought dates back to the work of the nineteenth century statesman Benjamin Disraeli.

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One-Nation Conservative

Authority means the ability / power / right to give orders, make decisions and enforce compliance with those decisions and laws. It is usually associated with the existence of a person or...

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Authority (Conservatism)

Conservatives pride themselves on their ability to adopt to changing social circumstances.

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Change to Conserve (Conservatism)

The more inclusive strands of nationalism are firmly rooted within a rational view of human nature. They are based upon a belief that we can recognise the benefits of forging...

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Rational Nationalism

Expansionist nationalism rejects the right of all nations to self-determination, usually linked to chauvinism.

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Expansionist nationalism

Another all-encompassing distinction derives from inclusive nationalism and exclusive nationalism (Dowds and Young, 1996).

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Inclusive and Exclusive Nationalism
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Friedrich Engels

Along with Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels is best-known for writing the massively influential ‘Communist Manifesto.’

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Friedrich Engels

Amongst socialists, the term revisionism holds a double meaning. Revisionism is usually applied to those on the far-left of the political spectrum who seek to modify Marxist theory in some...

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Revisionism (Socialism)

Workers' control is concerned with the importance and the extent of control over the economy and/or state and how it is to be achieved.

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Workers’ Control (Socialism)

According to the conservative mindset, human nature is imperfect and unchangeable.

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Human Imperfection (Conservatism)

Paternalism is an approach to running the country in which members of the elite seek to govern in the best interests of the people.

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Paternalism (Conservatism)

New-Right conservatism is a marriage of neo-liberal and neo-conservative ideas, and includes elements of both neo-liberal and neo-conservative thinking.

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New-Right (Conservatism)

Atomism refers to the view that the main component of society is the individual (i.e. the ‘atom’), and that these individuals are self-interested, equal and rational.

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Atomism (Conservatism)

Neo-liberals are principally concerned with free-market economics and atomistic individualism.

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Neo-Liberalism (Conservatism)

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