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 OverviewThis page is intended as a catalog or index of existing political ideologies.
- Political ideology currently redirects here; it should eventually be a separate page discussing the concept rather than different examples.
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- Belief in a particular moral system is usually the basis for (or a strong component of) an individual's agreement with a particular political ideology.
- The habit of assuming that all political ideologies can be simply evaluated as falling somewhere along a one-dimensional "left-right" axis is generally misleading and historically arbitrary. Other political ideological axes have been proposed, generally using two or more dimensions, and it seems likely that at least four dimensions will be necessary in order to avoid significant ideological conflation.
- mysticism: intuition important, observation unimportant
- nihilism could be defined as a very low value assigned to human understanding (further implying that neither intuition nor reason has much value either)
- Wikipedia (Ideologies of parties): a list of political ideologies, broken down by main ideological emphasis
Note: things are showing up in this list which shouldn't be there. I have to check the code and figure out what's going on. --Woozle 10:55, 24 September 2009 (UTC)
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- 2006-05-17 [Talk|Index] The Other Foe of Free Enterprise § “Few market systems have been permanently ruined by proletarian or peasant uprisings. A great many, on the other hand, have been destroyed by another nemesis of free enterprise... aristocratism.”
- 2006-04-20 [Talk|Index] The Grand American Consensus § “Both libertarians and anarcho-socialists might agree upon a vague, distant goal, and further agree that contemporary American culture is decadent, corrupt, and requiring desperate surgery if that ideal tomorrow is ever to be reached, but they disagree over the nature of the operation needed. Meanwhile, a third point of view – again sharing the same notion of utopia – suggests that radical intervention may be the last thing that's needed.”