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  • Liberalism
  • American liberalism, a political trend in the USA
  • Political progressivism, a political ideology that is for change, often associated with liberal movements
  • Liberty, the condition of being free from control or restrictions
  • Liberal Party, members of the political party. In a classical sense, a government or political party associated with ideals of high individual freedom etc
  • List of liberal parties
  • Small-l liberal, a term used to distinguish between people with a liberal ideology and members of a Liberal party.

Or: Jump to: navigation, search This article discusses liberalism as a major political ideology, not the usage of the term in specific countries. ... Jump to: navigation, search American liberalism (also called modern liberalism) is a political current which claims descent from classical liberalism in terms of devotion to individual liberty, but generally rejects the laissez faire economics of classical liberalism in favor of institutions that promote social and economic equity. ... Political Progressivism or simply Progressivism is an ideology and political philosophy whose adherents promote policies that they believe would reform a countrys government, economy, or society. ... Liberty is generally thought of in English as a condition in which an individual has immunity from the arbitrary exercise of authority; it often also implies the right to exercise political rights such as standing for office. ... Liberal Party is the name of dozens of political parties around the world. ... This is an overview of parties that adhere more or less (explicitly) to the ideas of political liberalism and is therefore a list of liberal parties around the world. ... The term small-l liberal is used, particularly in reference to Australian and Canadian politics, to distinguish between holders of an ideology of liberalism and adherents to either the Liberal Party of Australia or the Liberal Party of Canada (capital L). ...

Places in the USA: Liberal Judaism is a British term for what is otherwise known as Reform Judaism. ... // Introduction Liberal Christianity, Progressive Christianity or Liberalism is a movement within Christianity that is often characterized by the following features: internal diversity of opinion an embracing of higher criticism of the Bible with a corresponding willingness to question supernatural elements of biblical stories (e. ... In the history of education, the seven liberal arts comprise two groups of studies, the trivium and the quadrivium. ... Jump to: navigation, search El Liberal is a liberal newspaper from Spain, started during the civil war. ...

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Liberal International (LI) is the world federation of liberal and progressive democratic political parties.
LI was founded in 1947 to strengthen liberal protection from totalitarianism, facism and communism.
Liberal Conference on Human Rights, 8-9 December 2007 The protection of liberty and civil societyhas beenconstantly on the top agenda o...
20th WCP: Liberalism, Civic Reformism and Democracy (2559 words)
Liberalism assumes political representation to be a necessary mediation for the institutional complexity of modern societies, though it does not mean to abandon the assumption of participation as the full accomplishment of the civil condition.
Liberal pluralism is an inclusive pluralism whose ideal is but a community of communities: the old medieval idea of a universal community, but, rather, the Kantian idea of a world confederation of states or the pragmatist idea of a universal community of communication.
Liberalism is a public philosophy committed to the accomplishment, the improvement and, hence, the reform of the civil condition.
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