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Encyclopedia > List of thinkers contributing to liberal theory
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Liberalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (10349 words)
Liberals are in favour of a pluralist system in which differing political and social views, even extreme or fringe views, compete for political power on a democratic basis and have the opportunity to achieve power through periodically held elections.
Liberal conservatism is a hybrid of economic liberalism and conservative social philosophy.
The literature by thinkers contributing to liberal theory is listed at the Contributions to liberal theory.
Contributions to liberal theory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4546 words)
These individuals are therefore strongly associated with the liberal tradition and instrumental in the exposition of political liberalism as a philosophy.
The contributors are listed in approximately chronological order, beginning from the roots of realism, rationalism and humanism in the Renaissance, all movements which were influential in the creation of what is thought of as liberal political theory.
Liberalism as a specifically named ideology begins in the late 18th century as a movement towards self-government and away from aristocracy.
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