Traditionalism

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Traditionalism may refer to a systematic emphasis on the value of tradition, especially those beliefs, moral codes and mores known as traditional values. It may also refer to:

Religion and spirituality[edit]

Politics[edit]

  • Traditionalist conservatism, a post-World War II American political philosophy
  • Traditionalism as contrasted with capitalism in the writings of sociologist Max Weber
  • Carlism, a 19th-20th century Spanish political movement also referred to as "Traditionalism"

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