Neoclassical

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Neoclassical or neo-classical may refer to:

General:

  • Neoclassicism or New Classicism, any of a number of movements in the fine arts, literature, theatre, music, and architecture beginning in the 17th century
  • Neoclassical ballet, a term describing the ballet style which uses traditional ballet vocabulary, but is generally more expansive than the classical structure allowed
  • The "Neo-classical period" of painter Pablo Picasso immediately following World War I
  • Neoclassical economics, a general approach in economics focusing on the determination of prices, outputs, and income distributions in markets through supply and demand
  • Neoclassical growth model, a term used to sum up the contributions of various authors to a model of long-run economic growth within the framework of neoclassical economics
  • Neoclassical realism, theory in international relations
  • Neoclassical school, a school in criminology that continues the traditions of the Classical School within the framework of Right Realism
  • Neo-classical theology, another name for process theology, a school of thought influenced by the metaphysical process philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead

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