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Conservatism is a set of political philosophies that favour tradition.
Conservatism or conservative may also refer to:
- Conservative (language), a language form that has changed relatively little over its history
- Conservatism (Bayesian), a cognitive bias in Bayesian belief revision
- Convention of conservatism, a policy in accounting of anticipating possible future losses but not future gains
- Epistemic conservatism, a view about the structure of reasons or justification for belief
- Conservative force, a physical force whose work is path-independent
See also 
- Conservative Christianity (disambiguation)
- Conservative movement (disambiguation)
- Conservative Party (disambiguation)
- Conservation (disambiguation)
- Conserve (disambiguation)
- Conservative political parties
- Conservative Judaism, a stream of Judaism in the early 1900s
- Conservative Friends, members of a certain branch of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)
- Traditionalist conservatism, a political philosophy emphasizing the need for the principles of natural law and transcendent moral order
- National conservatism, a variant of conservatism which concentrates more on national interests and traditional social/ethical views
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