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Traditionalism may refer to:
- The systematic emphasis on the value of tradition
- Traditionalism (religion)
- Traditional values, those beliefs, moral codes, and mores that are passed down from generation to generation
- Traditionalist conservatism, a political philosophy of the post–World War II United States
- The Traditionalist School of thought, an esoteric movement espoused by René Guénon, Frithjof Schuon et al
- Appeal to tradition, a common fallacy
- Radical Traditionalism, a world view espousing traditional non-material social values
- Traditionalist Catholic, a current within Roman Catholicism
- Carlism, a Spanish political movement in the 19th and 20th century
- The Traditionalist School (architecture), a movement in 20th-century Dutch architecture
- Traditionalism in sociologist Max Weber's writings, contrasted with capitalism
- A current in music, exemplified by Ralph Shapey
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