Political Science 1020E Lecture Notes - Edmund Burke, Social Conservatism, Neoliberalism

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Conserve: save, keep the same, keep from being destroyed. Philosophical background: aristotle, 4th century bc, christian thinkers, edmund burke (1729 1797) Especially the liberalism of the french revolution. He believed it led to the terror: however, burke agreed with many liberal ideas such as limited suffrage, limited monarchical power, and private property. Most of the world was conservative as things barely changed after the agricultural revolution circa 10,000 years ago: strong notions of hierarchy. A mix of some liberal ideas with strong residues of feudal. 20th & 21st centuries: conservatism is now largely classical liberalism , neo-conservatives wish to go back to an earlier sense of public morality, social conservatism and the political and economic framework of the. Especially in an economic sense late 19th century in the west. Ex: before reform liberalism had reshaped the political landscape: they favour:

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